Easter Island polymer

Maureen Carlson's small Easter Island totems on PolymerClayDaily.com

Of all my eclipse week memorabilia, these polymer totems from Minnesota’s Maureen Carlson (weefolk) make me smile the most. Maureen is known for finding fantasy characters everywhere.

Her old man monuments are made of polymer rocks stacked in an Easter Island way. Though they’re only 2″ tall, they look massive. The faux pebbles form another face on the back side. 

Maureen Carlson's small Easter Island totems on PolymerClayDaily.com

Here they are laid out on the swap table, ready to be slipped onto a garden stake. If you like rock cairns these may give you ideas for enlivening your garden. There’s more on Facebook.

Two weeks of travel have provided a bonus of exciting new works that we’ll examine on PCD this week.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    I adore mine! They look deceptively simple until you look much closer–there is an incredible amount of detail, down to the tiny lichens and mushrooms on the back.

    • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

      This is perfect. I love rocks and twigs and succulents and moss.

      • reply dayle doroshow ,

        Maureen! Just wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing these Cynthia!

        • reply Maureen Carlson ,

          What a delight to see this post as I traveled from Colorado to Michigan and then back to Minnesota. Busy week. Lovely inspirations. More ideas!

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