Julie Eakes puzzles through another collaboration on PolymerClayDaily.com

Julie Eakes loves to pixelate images. In many of her works, she divides an image into squares and reassembles the pieces into a whole again. That’s the way her brain works.

Thirty-six polymer artists were given 3″x3″ drawings to replicate in the polymer colors and techniques of their choosing. Follow the pattern that you are given. “I’ll screw it up,” each of us thought. It’s a daunting task. It will never work.

But it does.

All those hands, all those colors and textures pull together. It’s a 36″x36″  proof of what we can do.

This is Julie’s tenth group puzzle and they keep getting better.

  • reply dayle doroshow ,

    CONGRATULATIONS Julie!! it’s just amazing!

    • reply RANDEE M KETZEL ,

      definitely her best yet! Congratulations

      • reply Laurie Mika ,

        This is just exquisite, I love how all of the disparate pieces come together to form a beautiful whole. Great job to all who participated!

        • reply Judith E. Moore ,

          I am absolutely speechless, amazed and thrilled to see this magnificent piece of art. I also love Frida so I am especially appreciative of this masterpiece. Thanks for sharing. I am truly moved.

          • reply Christy ,

            Julie, you never cease to amaze me with your art.
            This so wonderful!
            Miss you bunches! Christy

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