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A student from the first ever college level course in polymer art, taught by Diane Levesque, as seen in The Polymer Arts magazine's blog-www.thepolymerarts.com.

A student from the first ever college level course in polymer art, taught by Diane Levesque, as seen in The Polymer Arts magazine's blog-www.thepolymerarts.com.

Here's a great example of a big & bold design by Rebecca Thickbroom. This tribal-esque necklace uses some complex composition and contrasting colors to really pop! She was busy signing some copies of Polymer Journeys during EuroSynergy, and wasn't the only one. Sage has a copy that was signed by all 25 of the artists to be auctioned for the IPCA. Read more on The Polymer Arts magazine blog,  http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12533

Here's a great example of a big & bold design by Rebecca Thickbroom. This tribal-esque necklace uses some complex composition and contrasting colors to really pop! She was busy signing some copies of Polymer Journeys during EuroSynergy, and wasn't the only one. Sage has a copy that was signed by all 25 of the artists to be auctioned for the IPCA. Read more on The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12533

While it's uncommon to find men wearing much jewelry, we wanted to share this grand masculine necklace. This is Randy, Karen Mitchell’s husband, in one of her stunning pieces. Karen is one half of AnKara Designs, which she has run with her sister Ann for 25 years now. Don't miss out on their new work through their Facebook & web pages. Click on through at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12540

While it's uncommon to find men wearing much jewelry, we wanted to share this grand masculine necklace. This is Randy, Karen Mitchell’s husband, in one of her stunning pieces. Karen is one half of AnKara Designs, which she has run with her sister Ann for 25 years now. Don't miss out on their new work through their Facebook & web pages. Click on through at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12540

We hope you're loving these mixed media themed previews of the Spring 2016 issue. Today's is a combination of polymer clay and micro-macrame by Iris Mishly. I love the texture of this piece! Can you picture some unique bails and other jewelry components using this technique?Check out Iris' free tutorials and our Inspirational Challenge of the day at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/11940

We hope you're loving these mixed media themed previews of the Spring 2016 issue. Today's is a combination of polymer clay and micro-macrame by Iris Mishly. I love the texture of this piece! Can you picture some unique bails and other jewelry components using this technique?Check out Iris' free tutorials and our Inspirational Challenge of the day at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/11940

Continuing from our last post, we're featuring 6 of the particularly talented artists from our upcoming Polymer Journeys book. In this retrospective of 2014-2015, we've included Georg Dinkel. His work continuously amazes and inspires and his story is no different. We know as we're profiling George in our Summer issue of The Polymer Arts. See more of his work, our Inspirational Challenge and more at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12172

Continuing from our last post, we're featuring 6 of the particularly talented artists from our upcoming Polymer Journeys book. In this retrospective of 2014-2015, we've included Georg Dinkel. His work continuously amazes and inspires and his story is no different. We know as we're profiling George in our Summer issue of The Polymer Arts. See more of his work, our Inspirational Challenge and more at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12172

So what is this unusual piece I have to show you here? It is a special and rather personal project created by the amazing Wendy Moore. She was recognized in the Polymer Journeys book under the section highlighting our charitable artists. Wendy is a primary force in the success of the Samunnat Nepal project. See more of the artists who are featured in Polymer Journeys and order your copy at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12163

So what is this unusual piece I have to show you here? It is a special and rather personal project created by the amazing Wendy Moore. She was recognized in the Polymer Journeys book under the section highlighting our charitable artists. Wendy is a primary force in the success of the Samunnat Nepal project. See more of the artists who are featured in Polymer Journeys and order your copy at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12163

Structurally Wild (… and Polymer Journeys is here!)

Structurally Wild (… and Polymer Journeys is here!) (The Polymer Arts Blog)

Christine K. Harris's work is densely packed with ubiquitous symbols, which means her polymer clay sculptures are especially fascinating to ponder, as seen on The Polymer Arts blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/9553

Christine K. Harris's work is densely packed with ubiquitous symbols, which means her polymer clay sculptures are especially fascinating to ponder, as seen on The Polymer Arts blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/9553

I'm very pleased to bring you this TV Shrine by Georg Dinkel! I'm equally glad to let you know that Summer 2016 has been released and sent out! Georg is featured in an interview giving insight into how and why he creates his work. Get more info on this article, his blog and our Inspirational Challenge at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12360

I'm very pleased to bring you this TV Shrine by Georg Dinkel! I'm equally glad to let you know that Summer 2016 has been released and sent out! Georg is featured in an interview giving insight into how and why he creates his work. Get more info on this article, his blog and our Inspirational Challenge at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12360

I love this piece we're featuring by Anke Humpert. She made this for the closing dinner, just for EuroSynergy. I think it's rather witty to make something that stares back, especially when in a situation where polymer artists are checking out each other's jewelry. See more of Anke's work and stop by at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12523

I love this piece we're featuring by Anke Humpert. She made this for the closing dinner, just for EuroSynergy. I think it's rather witty to make something that stares back, especially when in a situation where polymer artists are checking out each other's jewelry. See more of Anke's work and stop by at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/12523

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