Anar on PolymerClayDaily

With a wink at fashion, the raised exposed seams on Anarina Anar’s latest polymer disk necklace mirror a trend in clothing finishes.

Tiny flecks of color on all the stripes unify Anarina’s bright colors. The seams are accented with contrasting colors. Is it fabric? Is it ceramic?

This Greek artist’s secret ways with alcohol inks give her polymer more vivid, transparent, liquid colors than tinted clays might allow. The dimension, the colors, the contrasts combine to make a clever visual treat for your Monday.

Anarina appears on Facebook and you can see her distinctive work on Flickr and Etsy. She also appears in the gallery section of the fall issue of The Polymer Arts magazine.

Oops…we’re early. Monday software glitch I guess. Let me look under the hood.

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  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    Always a fan!

    • reply Diana ,

      Everything she makes is a delight!

      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        LOVE this!

        • reply lennochka ,

          inspires ))

          • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

            Oh, so fresh, creative and surprising. She is one of the few artists who know when to STOP. Thanks.

            • reply Alison ,

              Just love these!!!

              • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

                I love Anarina’s work–always so delicious.

                • reply Nancy Gill ,

                  I love the colors, shapes and texture.

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