New Mexico teacher Gael Keyes says she can’t get away from schools, even on vacation.
Gael has developed her own method of book-matching bits of scraps. Even small remnants of canes make elaborate and unique patterns. They dive under and around a found branch, happy to be back in school.
These bright, cheery trees are from Italy’s Erika Bregani (Centodiecigrad).
Their sharp-edged shapes are covered with happily collaged patterns. Because Erika consistently uses bright colors and strong contrasts in her canes, even the smallest bits play nicely with each other and make sense.
She mixes and matches her earring pairs, putting a tree on one and an ornament on the other.
Tomorrow’s StudioMojo takes a look at some of polymer’s current cutting edge artists who are reflecting current cultural thoughts in their work. Join us for a look at what our work says about us.
Now that the Baltimore show is over, one of the ACC Emerging Artists Amy Blair is focusing on filling orders and designing new collections. Here she stacks patterned angular polymer shapes into a jaunty pendant,
Amy has moved from neutrals to brighter colors and intends to go even bigger, bolder and brighter this year.
Her tag line is Harmony Through Pattern. Acquaint yourself with her on Instagram and enjoy her fresh colors as we tiptoe into spring.