Horse lover Donna Kato sent us the work of fellow horse lover Wendy Jorre de St Jorre from Australia. Wendy created this Faux Turquoise Horse using Lynda Moseley’s methods to great effect. Talk about synergy!
Donna says that Wendy started out as a ceramicist and considers herself a newbie at polymer (she took a class from Donna). Lots more interesting works on her Flickr site.
You’ll find quick snapshots of Eurosynergy on Facebook. Wish you were here.
Wendy Jorre de st Jorre ,
Wow ! Thankyou Cynthia and Donna, I don’t know what to say…..just thankyou both so much!
Yay! Wendy you certainly deserve the recognition love – this piece is amazing.
Just fabulous i love it
Lynda Moseley ,
I am so happy to see Wendy’s stunning work featured on PCD today. Her talent is extraordinary. I hope everyone will take the time to look through her flickr photostream at the jaw-droppingly gorgeous art she creates.
Andrea Victoria Paradiso ,
Wow! and Yay! and Fabulous! is just right on! Wendy, yours is most beautiful work! I love your Flickr and am following you as of today. My mind just happens to be currently stewing and working things thru for both horses and Australian foliage as my possible next projects. You have given me much to chew on. Thank you so very much for sharing your invaluable processes. Your horses are delicate, ethereal, flowing pieces of gentle energy. Congratulations at being featured on PCD!
Jayne Dwyer ,
Museum quality, exquisite workmanship!
Pati Bannister ,
A wonderful work in every respect. Wendy’s sense of design is outstanding; and if I understand correctly she had only been involved with this medium for two years. I look forward to seeing where she will take it (and us).
Amazing Cynthia. This post is one of my favs…. even tho I love ’em all. Have a great time. See you at ARCHES.
Tory Hughes ,
Excellent. I have a big grin on my face, looking at this! Both Wendy’s technique and her design sense in the overall impact, wow!
Have fun in Malta!!!
A real artist! I feel I can learn so much by looking at her work. Wendy’s flickr page is so helpful and full of insights. Thank you!! This is the best post I have seen on this blog.
That is pretty wonderful, both the sculpture and the surface embellishment.
Monique U. (A Half-Baked Notion) ,
Wonderful work as always, Wendy 🙂
Chris Owens ,
Wonderful inspiration & just in time for the Kentucky Derby!