Jackson on PolymerClayDaily.com

We can all get up and do a little happy dance that polymer clay is making its appearance in the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington D.C. thanks to the work of Ohio’s Debbie Jackson.

Jackson on PolymerClayDaily.co

She will be offering two series of designs for sale in the museum shop. Debbie’s indigo line shown here combines polymer clay, indigo fabric, African brass, metallic foils and raffia into a powerful group of shield shaped pieces.

See the rest of her designs on Facebook.

Debbie is also working with DC sculptor Woodrow Nash to produce beads and pieces that will embellish his dramatic figures.

It’s been a banner year for Debbie full of paperwork and negotiation and waiting. Debbie has long been known as a talented and persistent artist and teacher here in our home town and we’re very proud of her. She shows us all how hard work pays off.

  • reply Ron Lehocky ,

    Stunningly beautiful. Both the pieces and the artist. Debbie deserves all the recognition that is coming her way. Happy for her. She gives PC the nobility it deserves.

    • reply Laurie Mika ,

      Love this post and seeing Debbie’s beautiful work that so captures the African spirit in its color and design. She deserves all the accolades coming her way….and our clay community is lucky because she is a great ambassador for polymer!

      • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

        Oh, good on you girlfriend. I have always loved your work and get tons of compliments when I wear the earrings you didn’t want to sell. Love you.

        • reply Chris Owens ,

          Fantastic! I love it 🙂

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