Amy Sutryn

Location

Pennsylvania
United States

About the Artist

I first began working with polymer clay in 2015 and never looked back. The flexibility and colors allow a versatility in creation that I don't find anywhere else. Patterns are very appealing and I often stop strangers on the street to ask permission to photograph their clothing! I've enjoyed opportunities to study with inspiring artists from the polymer clay community include Melanie West, Kathleen Dustin, Suzanne Ivester and Lindly Huanani. My line of fantasy fish were inspired by one of Suzanne's tutorials, and Lindly provided a working structure for the colors that drive me into the studio. Follow me on Instagram @amyfrombarto.

Website

http://www.sutryn.com

2021 Exhibition Images

Lucy

Lucy

12 x 12"

Polymer clay cane slices mounted on a painted hardwood panel, faux gems

Mosaic design of a lizard.

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Two Dimensional Work

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 Mosaic chameleon with abstract flowers

Flamingo in the Garden

Flamingo in the Garden

12 x 12"

Polymer clay cane slices mounted on colored paper

Flamingo with palm fronds.

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Two Dimensional Work

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 Mosaic flamingo and abstract palm fronds

A Pair of Ring-tailed Parrots

A Pair of Ring-tailed Parrots

12 x 12"

Polymer clay cane slices on canvas

Mosaic of two parrots facing one another.

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Two Dimensional Work

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 Two multi-colored parrots facing one another on a blue background.

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2020 Exhibition Images

Casper and Sparky

Casper and Sparky

Fantasical Articulated sculptures inspired by creatures of the sea, they're fun for kids of all ages. 4" - 9", polymer clay, glass and wood beads, monofilament.

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Simon

Simon

A fantastical articulated sculpture inspired by creatures of the sea, fun for kids of all ages. Approx 9", polymer clay, glass and wood beads, monofilament. He uses his tail to lure and capture his prey.

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Simon, View 2

Simon, View 2

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