Polymer surface design

Turner on PCDaily

Vickie Turner has moved to the east coast of Canada and writes a lovely post (on her polymer blog, Claymagination) about her new home and the work she’s doing in her studio. The tour of her area provides a dreamy diversion.

She took a class in polymer surface techniques with Claire Maunsell in Montreal before the move and used it as the starting point for these very distinctive and painterly beads.

Turner on PCDaily

Vickie says that she finds herself in the studio – usually by painting. You can easily see how she brings her “process painting” to polymer with stunning effect.

That’s two dynamic teacher/student matchups this week.

  • reply Sue Ellen ,

    I love the organic feel of Vickie’s work and especially like the comment on her Blog about applying what you learn in a workshop to your own work to create a new twist on the process. Looking at her new work next to her teacher’s clearly shows how effectively she applies that rule for herself!

    • reply Barb Alexander ,

      Vicki is a huge talent and a generous teacher. So nice to see her recognized.

      • reply Nancy Childs ,

        Are you offering classes in the Clair Maunsell technique?

        • reply Nancy Childs ,

          Do you sell your beads?
          Nancy and Marty

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