Life is like a bowl of polymer

Eakes bowl

From this angle you can hardly tell what Julie Eakes is up to with her extruded polymer mosaics. If you tip the bowl a delightful secret is revealed.

Read about how cane ends from one face project propelled Julie in a more sculptural direction. Of course she encountered problems she hadn’t planned on and found there was no turning back once she started.

This one-of-a-kind bowl is 9″ in diameter by 3.25″ deep. She plans to go bigger next time.

  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    Julie Eakes is amazing! My hero!

    • reply Kit Lockwood ,

      This bowl is such a cool idea. Wish I could see it up close.

      • reply Deborah M. ,

        That bowl is such a work of art! Julie Eakes excels at challenging projects.

        • reply jan montarsi ,

          Julie your a genius!!!!

          • reply suzanne ,

            she is amazing!

            • reply Honolulu Aunty ,

              Julie you are a master! I love my Venus necklace and one of my biggest regrets is missing your class at the Clay Carnival 2 years ago. Next time, I’ll be there and you will be lei’d (pardon my Hawaiian, lol!)

              • reply Lynn Lunger ,

                Beautiful work! Such a wonderful idea, beautifully done!

                • reply Carol Blackburn ,

                  Our Julie has done it again. How clever is that?
                  Julie – we need to catch up, chat and have a laugh. Wish Penina was hosting another event – I’d be there.
                  Till I see you again
                  Hugs, Carol xxx

                  • reply Sarah @ Hip Earth Designs ,

                    So impressive. You can tell her work takes a lot of patience and time – and lots of love!!

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