Polymer on the farm

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Christine Damm has uploaded a new batch of her distinctive polymer art. These paddle-shaped modern relics dangle provocatively from a curled wire.

Christine lathers on the color, adding and subtracting layers until it suits her. She divulges her coloring process in my new book (yep, it's in the stores).

If you want to catch more of her boho spirit, she'll be teaching at ArtBLISS outside Washington, D.C. in late September. She's also decided to start teaching twice a year at her Vermont farm. Her next small intensive Vermont workshop is scheduled for October.

Picture yourself in her Bonnybrook Farm studio with Battles Brook running nearby and think about fall in New England. What a great vision to start the week. Here she is on Flickr too. Oops, had a broken link...here's Christine's blog.

  • reply Jan Montarsi ,

    Great Article  and Project  in Cynthis book.

    Thanks for sharing.


    • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

      I simply cannot wait to meet Miss Christine at ArtBliss! She is the reason that I am coming there for the whole weekend! It has been a dream of mine ever since we first worked together on a project in 2009 for the traveling bracelet exchange. Someday I hope to be on the farm getting inspired. But I am giddy with the thought of spending time with her this Sept and really learning something about polymer clay that I have discovered by accident or taught myself! And your new book, Miss Cynthia, is really a marvel to behold. I have quickly paged through it and it is so much more than I thought it would be but I am not surprised. You have a great eye for talent and detail and it is evident in the amazing artists you chose to share. That is the giving spirit I so admire in you! I can't wait to spend time getting to know each one and maybe even trying some of their projects!

      • reply PiperPixie ,

        Lovin the organic feel of her work! Fantastic and inspiring pieces:)

        • reply Sandra D. ,

          Yes it is amazing creation.

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