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Jeanette Kandray has been working in polymer for over 15 years. She’s been a go-to person for the Columbus, Ohio guild and we’re sad to see her go.

Kandray on PCDaily

But even as she prepared to move to Pittsburgh, PA to be near family, the guild benefitted. She destashed her studio and showered guild members with supplies. Tonight the guild will say farewell.

In recent years Jeanette found her voice, developing the Shadow Cane (shown at right) and refining her own crackle technique (above) that you can read about in her free tutorial on the Sculpey site.

Our art usually reflects our life. Surrounded by packing boxes, Jeanette began making polymer drawers and boxes to match her beads and pendants. Now she’s looking forward to making bigger boxes and venturing away from jewelry. Here she is on Flickr, Pinterest and Etsy. Thanks, Jeanette!

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  • reply lennochka ,

    very beautiful!

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      Don’t know why the “likes” aren’t tallying today!


      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        OOOHHH! I LOV#E that round gold and blue/green pendant.

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          …And I am mighty stoked to say that I am now the proud owner of a necklace make with these beads! Cost me my patinaed cicada necklace and considered it a bargain!

          • reply Kathy Dummer ,

            We are so going to miss our wonderful Jeanette. She has done so much for our guild and is irreplaceable. She has been so generous with her skills and her time and I just love her as a person. Hey, Pittsburgh, you’re lucky to have her!

            • reply carissa ,

              Thanks Cynthia for joining us that night at CIF and StrongWater and featuring our wonderful Jeanette who will be sorely missed!

              • reply Barbara kaczor ,

                Wow! Love the beads and can’t wait to meet her! Pittsburgh is gaining a great polymer artist!

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