Shvat on PCDaily

Spring makes us look more closely at leaves and Israel’s Tami Shvat gives us a lovely interpretation in polymer to study.

She prepares a cane of variegated greens (sort of like camouflage) and then adds black veins that feel just right. Tami intends to mix these leaves with flowers for a larger millefiori cane but the leaf cane stands on its own.

Tami thinks like a caner (she has a cane brain) and brings her watercolor sensibility to polymer. Go see what she’s done on Etsy, Flickr and Facebook.

  • reply Sherri Kellberg ,

    Tami is such a talented artist! Her watercolor paintings are amazing too!

    • reply KateClawson ,

      Brilliant! Dappled sunlight springs to mind.

      • reply Trina Williams ,

        Her flower canes are so realistic, too. I bought the poppy cane some years ago and made some great earrings.

        • reply Maria Clark - Sweet Willow Designs ,

          Love the graphic nature of these leaves.

          • reply Maria robles ,

            I love everything you do

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