The delicate balance of this 16″ polymer mobile entitled Nara from Santa Fe’s Tory Hughes makes its mid-air dance look easy.
But the suspension of the varying colorful shapes and the distribution of their weight is tricky and precise. It’s part of Tory’s newest series and she finds the challenge exciting. “We all love to look up, enchanted by the light and air above us,” she says.
The mobile comes in several colors and you can see more examples and designs on Facebook and her website.
If you’re interested in what may be a next big thing in polymer clay art, join me on Craftcast this Saturday and we’ll explore the possibilities of cutting raw clay precisely with a Silhouette cutting machine.
The online class begins at noon on Saturday and will be available for download.
Thanks for including one of my new mobiles, Cynthia! You are one of the people I am thankful for today- you’ve had such a beneficial effect on our community. Here’s to increasing clarity for our lives and art!