400 Polymer Clay Designs: A Collection of Dynamic & Colorful Contemporary Work

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Lark Books, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 352 pages
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Unique creations by top artists such as Nan Roche, Cynthia Toops, Barbara McGuire, and Gwen Gibson make this the best showcase of polymer clay work ever assembled. With everything from jewelry and vessels to art dolls and sculptures displayed in superb color photos, the versatility and beauty of the medium is exquisitely evident. Mosaics, millefiori, canework, and molded, stamped, and embossed pieces: there’s a little bit of everthing to please the eye. Dayle Dorowshaw’s magical Egyptian Spell Book features carvings and image transfers that blend seamlessly with gold leaf, candles, branches, and silver. Luann Udell’s faux-ivory artifacts take their inspiration from the prehistoric art in France’s Lascaux Caves. It’s the largest—and finest—book of contemporary polymer art available anywhere.
 

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Excellent photography of some of the finest and most innovative creations using primarily polymer clay. Not a how-to book, but a feast for the eye. A celebration of a new art medium and it's possibilities.

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