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  • Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes
    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Most of these sculptures are 5" or under. I originally created the 1st of these scenes as a gift for a friend. Then, due to the strangeness of 2020, I decided to create more and leave them out in the public "to be adopted" by others. I left them in my hometown and in random locations in some nearby cities. They were very well received and I plan to continue to randomly give away such artworks in 2021.
  • Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes
    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Most of these sculptures are 5" or under. I originally created the 1st of these scenes as a gift for a friend. Then, due to the strangeness of 2020, I decided to create more and leave them out in the public "to be adopted" by others. I left them in my hometown and in random locations in some nearby cities. They were very well received and I plan to continue to randomly give away such artworks in 2021.
  • Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes
    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Anita Buckowing - Mushroom Scenes

    Most of these sculptures are 5" or under. I originally created the 1st of these scenes as a gift for a friend. Then, due to the strangeness of 2020, I decided to create more and leave them out in the public "to be adopted" by others. I left them in my hometown and in random locations in some nearby cities. They were very well received and I plan to continue to randomly give away such artworks in 2021.

     

  • Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Cindy's Bouquet
    Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Cindy's Bouquet

    Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Cindy's Bouquet

    10" diameter, Premo, Pearls, Swarovski crystals, reclaimed beads and wire

    Many of the reclaimed beads used as centers or filler were from the bride's secret stash. It was a great way for me to get a personal feel for her esthetic, to build her a fall inspired bouquet.

  • Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Hannah's Bouquet
    Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Hannah's Bouquet

    Ann Duncan-Hlavach - Hannah's Bouquet

    10" diameter, Reclaimed brooches pearls and beads, Premo, wire

    She originally wanted a brooch bouquet, but then she saw my flowers, so we adapted the idea and put reclaimed brooches, pearls and various bling as flower centers and bouquet filler. Then she told me she was wearing a third-generation wedding dress, so I made some roses win a translucent and white lace pattern to honor the lace in the dress. Grandma passed before the wedding, but her butterfly pin was put in the bouquet.

  • Anastasiya Kondel - Bouquet of Flowers
    Anastasiya Kondel - Bouquet of Flowers

    Anastasiya Kondel - Bouquet of Flowers

    Polymer clay and wire, Approximately 12in L and 8in W

    The bouquet is made entirely out of polymer clay canes. Each "stem" has about 5-6 layers of flowers.

  • Amy Sutryn - Casper and Sparky
    Amy Sutryn - Casper and Sparky

    Amy Sutryn - 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.

  • Amy Sutryn - Simon
    Amy Sutryn - Simon

    Amy Sutryn - 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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  • Darren Aiken - Leonard Cohen
    Darren Aiken - Leonard Cohen

    Darren Aiken - Leonard Cohen

    140mm, Clayology Polymer Clay

    An example of a musician I Sculpt. I do sculpt your favorite band on stage complete with drums, amps etc

  • Darren Aiken - Kirsty and Mike Wedding Portrait
    Darren Aiken - Kirsty and Mike Wedding Portrait

    Darren Aiken - Kirsty and Mike Wedding Portrait

    40mm x 50mm, Clayology Polymer Clay

    Kirsty and Mike got married in London during Covid in May and their parents in South Africa couldnt attend. Instead they zoomed. This was her parents' Christmas present to the couple.

  • Denise Fitzsimmons - Lazy River 1
    Denise Fitzsimmons - Lazy River 1

    Denise Fitzsimmons - Lazy River 1

    Mokume Gane pendant and earrings set made with Sculpey Souffle, Cernit Metallic, texture sponge, and Inka Gold. Pendant is 4" tall.

    This was my second attempt at Mokume Gane and I love the set.

  • Deborah Goodrow - Ode to Spring
    Deborah Goodrow - Ode to Spring

    Deborah Goodrow - Ode to Spring

    Polymer clay, wire, wood. Approximately 8" by 6"
  • Donna Greenberg - BLOOMING BUBBLES
    Donna Greenberg - BLOOMING BUBBLES

    Donna Greenberg - BLOOMING BUBBLES

    Ultralight clay, Genesis paints, Liquid clay, repurposed metal tubing.

    Inspired in part by the way bubbles gather and bond, dozens of hand formed hollow clay spheres were carefully built up to create this bubbling effect. I added the small blooms to indicate a moving transformation where the bubbles slowly burst into flora. 5 layers of Genesis Paints and liquid clay added depth and ore dimension to the finished piece .

  • EvaMarie Törnström - Peacock
    EvaMarie Törnström - Peacock

    EvaMarie Törnström - Peacock

    44x57x20 cm, Polymer clay and bamboo skewers.

    A piece of wall art that explores what happens when you combine a horse and a peacock.

  • EvaMarie Törnström - Bluewing
    EvaMarie Törnström - Bluewing

    EvaMarie Törnström - Bluewing

    32x23x16 cm, Polymer clay (aluminum net in the wings).

    This is a blue horse with wings that comes right out of your dreams and who makes sure that happiness is always your companion.

  • EvaMarie Törnström - Lena
    EvaMarie Törnström - Lena

    EvaMarie Törnström - Lena

    27x16x5 cm.

    This is a portrait of a friend of mine as she enters a celebrity party, dressed in a black, slim dress with gold on it and wearing sunglasses.

  • Fiona Abel-Smith - Stretching Frog
    Fiona Abel-Smith - Stretching Frog

    Fiona Abel-Smith - Stretching Frog

    Polymer Clay with metal armature and resin drops. 9.5 x 7 x 7 inches.

    Built over a basic wire armature, the frog, leaf and flower are veneered with polymer clay canes and then textured.

  • Fiona Abel-Smith - When I Grow Up
    Fiona Abel-Smith - When I Grow Up

    Fiona Abel-Smith - When I Grow Up

    Polymer Clay over wire armature. 14 x 16 x 8 inches.

    The little caterpillar longs to be a wonderful butterfly when she grows up. She doesn't realise that the colourful adult has been augmented and enhanced beyond its natural state. In fact, the little caterpillar will grow into a beautiful moth and is already a stunner in her own right, if only she could see herself as others do.

  • Fran Abrams - Seeking Connection
    Fran Abrams - Seeking Connection

    Fran Abrams - Seeking Connection

    6" x 6" x 7.5" high, polymer clay, supported by hidden pegs

    2020 FAbrams 1b Seeking Connection

  • Georg Dinkel - iOstensorium
    Georg Dinkel - iOstensorium

    Georg Dinkel - iOstensorium

    43"x12", Polymer clay, wood, wire, iPhone
  • Georg Dinkel - Der Mosquitoreiter - the Mosquito Rider
    Georg Dinkel - Der Mosquitoreiter - the Mosquito Rider

    Georg Dinkel - Der Mosquitoreiter - the Mosquito Rider

    20“x12“, Polymer clay, wire
  • Georg Dinkel - Drache Nr.4 - Dragon Nr.4
    Georg Dinkel - Drache Nr.4 - Dragon Nr.4

    Georg Dinkel - Drache Nr.4 - Dragon Nr.4

    13“x16“, Polymer clay, wire
  • Helen Cruickshank - Llama
    Helen Cruickshank - Llama

    Helen Cruickshank - Llama

  • Helen Cruickshank - Gecko
    Helen Cruickshank - Gecko

    Helen Cruickshank - Gecko

  • Kelly Hoffman - You Are My Sunshine
    Kelly Hoffman - You Are My Sunshine

    Kelly Hoffman - You Are My Sunshine

    14" x 5" x 2 1/2" Polymer Clay Veneer, mixed media
  • Laura LePere - Horny Toad
    Laura LePere - Horny Toad

    Laura LePere - Horny Toad

    Polymer clay, mica powder, pastel powders, acrylic paint, glass beads, glitter; 5.5" x 4" x 1"

    The sculpture is approximately life-size, but the colors are a bit intensified. Most Regal Horned Lizards, their proper name, have more subtle coloring to blend into the sandy ground where they live. They do have the lighter spot on their heads, the lighter stripe down their backs, and the lighter spines on their sides. Their horns are not shiny though; that's my artistic license. These animals live in some of the driest areas of Arizona and eat mostly ants. I think they are adorable.

  • Laura Tabakman - Flower field
    Laura Tabakman - Flower field

    Laura Tabakman - Flower field

    Polymer clay, steel wire and thread. Individual flowers around 4,5"x 1.5" x 0.5"
  • Laura Tabakman - Mobile
    Laura Tabakman - Mobile

    Laura Tabakman - Mobile

    Steel wire and polymer clay. 18" x 14" flat, 18" x 18" x 14" hanging
  • Layl McDill - Results of Closet Cleaning During Quarentine
    Layl McDill -  Results of Closet Cleaning During Quarentine

    Layl McDill - Results of Closet Cleaning During Quarentine

    8"x12"x5". Found shoe, polymer clay, wire, glitter, beads.

    I was literally cleaning out my closet when I came across these shoes I had meant to repair for years. I almost threw them out and then I thought- why not cover it with clay? Then as I added to the piece it got very random and started to show the way I felt- kind of on the edge of sanity- during this challenging time.

  • Layl McDill - Birds on a Wire Teapot
    Layl McDill - Birds on a Wire Teapot

    Layl McDill - Birds on a Wire Teapot

    13"x8"x6" Polymer Clay, found teapot, wire

    I love to find teapots and transform them into scenes, animals or other worlds. The teapot tells me what it wants to be as I create. This piece has millefiore bricks with tiny faces and animals around most of one side and tall grass of green millefiore designs on the otherside. The lid has telephone poles with tiny birds

  • Patricia Nero - untitled
    Patricia Nero - untitled

    Patricia Nero - untitled

    Polymer clay, Pan pastels, Markers, Wire and Paint
  • Randi Taylor - Elfred the Woodland Key Keeper
    Randi Taylor - Elfred the Woodland Key Keeper

    Randi Taylor - Elfred the Woodland Key Keeper

    12 " Elfred the woodland key keeper polymer clay head hands and feet,wire armature polyester wrap and vintage material for clothes
  • Randi Taylor - Candlewick
    Randi Taylor - Candlewick

    Randi Taylor - Candlewick

    3 " Candlewick wire armature head,hands and feet polymer clay
  • Randi Taylor - Seth Forest Rescurer
    Randi Taylor - Seth Forest Rescurer

    Randi Taylor - Seth Forest Rescurer

    12" Seth forest rescurer head, hand, and feet polymer clay, clothing a sock. Heghog needlefelted
  • Susan Detwiler - Bonefrost: Warrior Talisman
    Susan Detwiler - Bonefrost: Warrior Talisman

    Susan Detwiler - Bonefrost: Warrior Talisman

    Bonefrost is a Voodoo Style Art Doll. She has antlers and wears a raven skull, leaf, and berry headdress. Her arms are articulated and decorated with faux bone buttons. She is 9.75" high, made of polymer with paint, copper, and lambswool.
  • Susan Detwiler - The Wisdom of Crows Shrine
    Susan Detwiler - The Wisdom of Crows Shrine

    Susan Detwiler - The Wisdom of Crows Shrine

    According to folklore, if you encounter a dead crow either in a dream or in the waking world, it means that you've lost the ability to speak your truth. Or maybe that you've lost your sense of humor. This dead-crow shrine is a reminder to speak your truth. It is a three-dimensional wall hanging made of polymer, with the additional materials tin and paint. It is 9" x 6".
  • Susan Detwiler - Bibelots Organique
    Susan Detwiler - Bibelots Organique

    Susan Detwiler - Bibelots Organique

    This is a collection of hollow form rattles. They are an interpretation of imaginary aquatic lifeforms. Each one has its own unique sound when shaken. They are polymer with paint and varied items inside, ranging from BB's to rocks to marbles. Individually they range from 4" to 8".
  • Suzie Sullivan - Twilight
    Suzie Sullivan - Twilight

    Suzie Sullivan - Twilight

    This s a decorative/functional sculptural work that is an expression of my love for all things whimsical and my fascination with children's toys and illustrated books circa 1900. The work is intended not only to raise a smile, but to reawaken in the observer childhood memories of the private world of books, nursery rhymes and poems. The little bowls are intended to hold small items of jewellery.

    Size 8 x 7 x 7 inches Materials – polymer clay and wire

  • Suzie Sullivan - April Fool
    Suzie Sullivan - April Fool

    Suzie Sullivan - April Fool

    This is a decorative/functional sculptural work that is an expression of my love for all things whimsical and my fascination with children's toys and illustrated books circa 1900. The work is intended not only to raise a smile, but to reawaken in the observer childhood memories of the private world of books, nursery rhymes and poems. The little bowls are intended to hold small items of jewellery.

    Size 8 x 7 x 6 inches Materials – polymer clay and wire

  • Suzie Sullivan - Sitting Pretty
    Suzie Sullivan - Sitting Pretty

    Suzie Sullivan - Sitting Pretty

    This s a decorative/functional sculptural work that is an expression of my love for all things whimsical and my fascination with children's toys and illustrated books circa 1900. The work is intended not only to raise a smile, but to reawaken in the observer childhood memories of the private world of books, nursery rhymes and poems. The little bowls are intended to hold small items of jewellery.

    Size 6 x 7 x 6 inches Materials – polymer clay and wire

  • Eileen Cressman Reeder - Anteater
    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Anteater

    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Anteater

    8 1/4" X 7 1/8" X 9 1/8". Polymer clay.

    Sophie loves her worm pasta along with a good ChiANTi. Unfortunately she had a little too much ANTipasto. It's not settling well and the ants are giving her indigestion. Sophie's head comes off. When you peer inside you will see the ants climbing up a ladder in hopes of escaping their impending fate.

  • Eileen Cressman Reeder - Humpty Dumpty
    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Humpty Dumpty

    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Humpty Dumpty

    7" X 2 3/4" X 3". Polymer clay, chain, washer.

    Humpty was a narcissist. He constantly talked about himself. He even wrote a book about himself! The wall was sick of it and pushed him. He landed in the frying pan and was eaten with a knife and fork. Humpty opens to reveal a fried egg, knife, and fork.

  • Eileen Cressman Reeder - Handy Man
    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Handy Man

    Eileen Cressman Reeder - Handy Man

    5 1/4" X 6" X 5 7/8". Polymer clay, embossing powder, oil paint wash.

    Milton loves his tools. For those really big jobs he uses his sledge hammer and chisel. His favorite tool by far? You guessed it, a monkey wrench! When you open Milton, you will find a monkey wrench.

  • Scott Cooper - Mezzuzah
    Scott Cooper - Mezzuzah

    Scott Cooper - Mezzuzah

    This is a beaded Torah wrapped in the mezuzah prayer on each scroll with a beautiful copper heart placed on a painted copper leaf polymer clay veneer.

    All measure about 4 inches long, 1 inch wide and 1/2 inch deep.

  • Scott Cooper - Shalom House
    Scott Cooper - Shalom House

    Scott Cooper - Shalom House

    A wooden house measuring 5 1/2 inches tall, 3 inches wide and 1 inch deep sporting a Hebrew prayer veneer. This is something that I created that has personal meaning to me. Any biblical or historical significance is purely coincidental. Shalom as you may know means hello, goodbye and peace. With everything going on in this country today I wanted something physical and symbolic to represent that I was a kind person and that my house was a safe place. I treat everyone with respect and kindness and I treasure the time between our hello and our goodbye and that you come and go in peace. I felt that by putting this in my home in clear view I am reminded of who I am and who I always want to be. The piece is in the shape of a house (from wood by the way that was used to build my art studio), the Shalom (explained above) and the Torah that teaches "tikkun olam" or how we make the world a better place.
  • Valérie Ronvel-Blaya - Take Shelter
    Valérie Ronvel-Blaya - Take Shelter

    Valérie Ronvel-Blaya - Take Shelter

    Overall height : 75 cm, Overall width : 50 cm, Overall depth : 30 cm, Polymer clay, acrylic "wool"

    3 protective nests, 3 sanctuaries to isolate yourself, to take shelter and find quiet.

    2020 VRonvelBlaya 1 2

    2020 VRonvelBlaya 1 3

     

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