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Briget Derc’s polymer covered bottle will have you rummaging through your liquor cabinet! She’s covered the glass with a combination of beautiful gradations and geometric patterns.

The light glints off the smooth finish and makes you want to caress the surface. A browse through her Flickr pages shows how she pays meticulous attention to finish and she often mixes seed beads with her polymer cabs.

Her quilt inspirations on Pinterest show the striking patterns her eye is drawn to and there’s more about her work here. She’s part of the London Polymer Clay Group.


  • reply Kristie Foss ,

    Wow! What a find – thanks so much for sharing Bridget’s work with us. Not only is her polymer work outstanding, her beadweaving is amazing, too. Her work – and her inspirations – have my mind spinning away.

    • reply Sylvia Valentine ,

      . . . and she’s really nice too. I really wish she’d teach too!

      • reply Carol Blackburn ,

        Good to see you featured, Bridget, well done. Thanks Cynthia. Bridget is ace at finishing her work and I’m hoping she’ll bring it to London clay day tomorrow so I can caress that shine!

        • reply Op-art polymer | Polymer Clay Daily ,

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