Showcasing the art and craft of New England’s polymer innovators
Juror: Kathleen Dustin
$250 First Prize and two $100 Juror’s Selection Prizes June 18 – July 10, 2022
Our VP Program Development, Kathryn Corbin, started our latest Sunday Zoom Special with an update on upcoming programs.
On May 17, IPCA President Amy Brown sat down with artist Debra Ryan for an informal video chat. She recorded the conversation so it could be shared with the polymer community at large.
Debra Ryan is a self-taught polymer clay artist in the Atlanta area. Debra has lived and traveled to many places due to her husband's job in the US Navy.
Her love of travel and learning about other cultures shows up in her art with her Spirit People. She makes the face, hands and feet from polymer clay and adorns them with beads and fabrics from her collections.
Debra enjoyed making the jewelry for her Spirit People that she decided she needed to make some pieces for herself. You can see more of Debra's art on Instagram @orphancakes.
Watch the video below or visit our Vimeo channel to view it full screen.
Per Article VI, Section 3 of our bylaws:
Members do not vote if there is only one applicant for a position; the nominee is elected.
Please extend a warm welcome to the new Officers for the IPCA Board of Directors.
Reserve these dates for upcoming IPCA Zoom Special events. Events will be recorded and available to members on our private Vimeo channel.
Representatives from the CosClay Company
June 26, 2022
Cynthia Tinapple from
- Learn the Principles and Elements of Design
- Peer to Peer 'design dissection'
- Mentoring opportunities and more
Facilitated by IPCA Members and Experienced Guests
Georg Dinkel shared this video during Part 1 of this Zoom Special. He's given us permission to share the video with the public.
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