Polymer crossovers

Maunsell pods on PCDaily

Canada’s Claire Maunsell worked in hot glass for twenty years and she reflexively handles polymer as if it were hot and liquid. These beautiful hollow pods are created using a technique that Claire explains in the upcoming Global Perspectives book which is full of new names, exciting concepts and scads of pictures.

Artists who crossover from glass, textiles, ceramics and sculpture are perhaps the most exciting part of our global story.

While you wait (the book arrives in July), enjoy Claire’s rough yet sophisticated glass-meets-polymer work on her Etsy shop (where she’s busy adding items), her Zibbet shop, her blog and her Flickr pages.

  • reply Christine Damm ,

    Thanks for posting these, Cynthia! I didn’t get to see them in her Etsy shop as they just flew out of there. So complex and detailed. And the colors….

    • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

      Her pendants are so beautiful, I love them! Also, I saw some really cool bracelets on her blog, absolutely astonishing!

      • reply Sandra D. ,

        I like Claine Maunsell work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I will buy her book.

        • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

          Wow. Those are mighty fine! She does such extraordinary work. Actually, I am discovering so much with this medium, the unlimited possibilities. I only scratch the surface – literally! I want to know so much more. Thank you for sharing these. And I just pre-ordered my copy of the book. Can’t wait to see it! Enjoy the day! Erin

          • reply Amy E Wallace ,

            Oh, my. Can’t wait for this book to be published!

            • reply Kit Lockwood ,

              Claire’s work continues to be some of my very favorite in the polymer community right now. Her palette, textures, and shapes all appeal to me. Makes me want to go hang out at HER house. 🙂

              • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

                True master of the craft:) Overflow of talent!

                • reply Debbie Crothers ,

                  I love Claire’s work – it’s always been a favourite. Thanks for sharing these great pieces today.

                  • reply Nikolina Otržan ,

                    I love her work, too <3 thank you for posting this!

                    • reply Jenna ,

                      I love her work! Very excited for the new book!

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