Slovenia’s Klavdija Kurent limits her polymer color palette and concentrates on textures, twists and surface treatments that tease the eye and beg to be examined by hand.
Klavdija will reveal her secrets at EuroSynergy in her Let’s Twist Again workshop. See what she’s talking about on her Flickr pages, her blog and on Facebook.
EuroSynergy represents a new direction in polymer art and I’ll be explaining which direction we’re headed with the opening speech entitled Those who tell the stories rule the world. The promo photos show someone who looks like she knows her stuff. The secret is that I rely on you, dear readers.
Isn’t it time you took a chance too? If I go out on a limb with my predictions, you can surely join me on that limb by showing your art. You can enter your artwork in the IPCA Awards competition from now until mid-January. Here’s the how-to-apply information.
Christine Damm ,
Well, need I say that your speech has a very cool title? Bravo for putting the concept out there that polymer is more than just a pretty face.
It seems so easy to “twist and wash out” when looking at the result on her flickr… but… well, I must try this !
Waw … thank you very much Cynthia! … you made ??my day! BIG hug!
Very cool. I’m so proud of you, dear Klavdija 😀
Candice Bishop ,
The textures and colors in that piece are a feast for the eyes! Lovely work, Klavdija!
I’ve been kicking around the idea of joining the IPCA for a while – Eurosynergy may finally be the push I need to go ahead.
Thank you Candice!
that’s absolutely fantastic!
Thank you Jursvi!
love everything about it!