Blooming stone polymer

Haskova on PCDaily

“This polymer clay necklace called How the Stone Blooms was made for and inspired by an outfit of my friend and great fashion designer Jana Minarikova,” says Prague’s Eva Haskova.

Graduated black and white patterns and subtle designs flow around this long lariat style necklace that billows into flower shapes at its ends.

If you log into the Fler site, you can vote for Eva’s entry into their online design contest. Hers is entry #10.

Here’s Eva’s site but her most recent works show up on her Facebook page where you can follow her as she travels and teaches around Europe. You can also read about Eva in Polymer Clay Global Perspectives.

  • reply Claire Maunsell ,

    Ethereal stone! A wonderful piece in every way…

    • reply Kathryn Corbin ,

      Achingly beautiful. So subtlety demonstrates the unique properties and possibilities of our medium. Wow!

      • reply Silvana Bates ,

        Very calm and beautiful!

        • reply Sylvia Valentine ,

          I can’t figure out how to vote! Eva’s piece beats the others by a country mile!

          • reply JL ,

            I just want to tell you, how much i am thoroughly enjoying your book:

            Polymer Clay Global Perspectives

            I have had it for several months and still reading it bit by bit, over and over.
            Great work!


            • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

              Oh wow! How kind of you to say that. Many thanks.


              • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

                Really lovely…

                • reply Eva Marion Schulz ,

                  When I saw this necklace on facebook I was filled with excitement. Such harmony in form, shape, colour, giving the medium polymer clay some welldeserved sobriety. It’s been fun to watch what Eva Haskova produces and how she developes, never stopping, always travelling along new paths.
                  I must also praise your book ‘Polymer Clay Global Perspectives’- impressive and inspiring.

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