Schwer on PCDaily

Starting 2015 with a limited palette may appeal to those artists who want to approach the new year with calm and care.

California’s Angela Schwer rarely ventures beyond the white polymer she uses for her organic wall art.

Made to resemble the rare Corton Olympic dahlia, this 7″ bloom was arranged petal by petal on a base and created to hang on the wall. She also makes a 12″ version.

Schwer on PCDaily

Angela explains her process and her choice of subject matter in this interview.

A stay-at-home mom, she sells on Etsy. In the past couple of years she’s moved into larger commissioned installations. You can see more in-process shots and new monogrammed letters on her Facebook page.

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  • reply Christine ,

    Thank you, Cynthia! I was thrilled to discover a new artist. Angela’s work is so beautiful, fresh and and confident.

    • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

      Love her work … so fresh and artful. Thanks.

      • reply delphine ,

        Wonderful and very inspiring !!!

        • reply Katrina ,

          I enjoyed the creations that look like flowers and sea creatures, but when I read the rest of the article I see there is so much controversy over her artwork because it closely resembles someone else’s. The reference is to the other artist on Etsy who works in clay. There may be legal action.

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