Mixed media artist Angie Wiggins is almost panicked about her inventory for the September 15, 43rd St. Festival of the Arts in Richmond, Virginia.
The in-progress shot of her desk (above) has me checking the map to see how long a drive it would be. Wait ’til you see the mouthwatering photos on her Facebook page of her huge Skinner blends, her layered silkscreens on polymer, her handmade paper bowls.
Her eggshell mosaics fit right in with polymer and her felted bowls stand on polymer bases. In her hands the media mix like old friends.
Wouldn’t you love to stroll through her booth on a crisp fall day?
Marian Hertzog ,
Wow! She has lots of great pictures… love her work!
Are you driving or am I? Sounds like a great excuse for a road trip!
Angie Wiggins ,
Cynthia, thank you so much for such a super article about my work! My only regret is that I am now more hyper than ever about my show upcoming. But what a great problem to have. And thanks for all your efforts in exposing all of us to the vast possibilities in the world of polymer clay!!!
Haven’t seen Angie’s work before and had a lot of fun looking through it. She’s very talented!
Wow these are so colorful. I love how defined all these colorful shapes are. I always end up smudging colors together while working with polymer clay. Looking at the second photo, I really like that triangular, green pendant (I think it is a pendant, no?).
Along with thousands of her dearest friends here in town, I’ve been shopping at Angie’s 43rd Street Festival of the Arts booth for 10+ years. It’s worth a road trip to see her designs, along with so many other fine craftspersons from central Virginia. Good music and eats at the festival, too!