Putting nature in polymer

Nature flies into Jayne Dwyers' remarkable canes on PolymerClayDaily.com

These robin canes from New Hampshire’s Jayne Dwyer closely mimic what I saw outside my kitchen window this morning.

Jayne has a grasp of figurative caning matched by few other artists. Her shading and depth keep getting better. Jayne generously sends her cane ends to Ron Lehocky, Ohio inmates, and others.

Nature flies into Jayne Dwyers' remarkable canes on PolymerClayDaily.com

The caned images are even more remarkable in person and she sells them for a very affordable price in her Etsy shop.

I thought the robins were the bomb and then I saw these 3D pinecones. Google her images to see the range of her work and how her canes continue to amaze.

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  • reply Kathy R ,

    Sadly, she does not sell her canes in her store, only finished jewelry. I searched her FB page and she replied to an inquiry by saying no she does not. However, her canes are absolutely to die for, and so are her finished pieces!

    • reply PAM ,

      Saw your blog on Jayne, clicked onto Etsy, clicked onto her Robin brooch, clicked onto purchase, and am smiling right now.

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