Polymer petroglyphs

Deb Harts debuts new Southwest inspired imitative inlays on PolymerClayDaily

Texas’ Deb Hart shows the start of these petroglyphs on Instagram but how she arrives at the small squares with caned petroglyph images in the middle is still baffling.

They are built into an extruded string outline. Wow, that looks labor-intensive. She’s releasing more photos of her progress on the new inlays as she goes.

Here, she shows a Zuni Bear petroglyph and a coiled snake. Maybe she’s gearing up for a tutorial about her newly developed methods.

See an overview of Deb’s Southwest and Native American-inspired sculptures and jewelry on Flickr.

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  • reply Beverly Borwick ,

    Very nice!
    Are these inlaid into a STONE base?

    Beverly
    In Memphis
    Tennessee USA ??

    • reply Deb Hart ,

      Thank you! They are 100% polymer clay. ??

    • reply Joan Clipp ,

      Mind blown, again! Thanks Cynthia!

      • reply Deb Hart ,

        Thank you, Cynthia?? And thanks, everyone! *hugs*

        Deb

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