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Spring/Fall Series.  Spring includes my favorite gingko leaves.  3" tall x 4" dia  Emily Squires Levine

Spring includes my favorite gingko leaves. tall x dia Emily Squires Levine

3-122 - Homage to Hundertwasser11 inches tall x 5 1/2 inches diameter by Emily Squires Levine

- Homage to inches tall x 5 inches diameter by Emily Squires Levine פימו

Emily Squires Levine, "Tension is resolved when my mind and hands work together successfully, transforming canes, adding highlights of contrasting colors and juxtaposing patterns and shapes." Drawing inspiration from the world of miniatures. These decorative bowls are designed in three sizes. Color, shape, pattern and lace-work style combine in one-of-a-kind designs. Large black bowl, 3 1/2 inches tall x 6 1/2 inches diameter.

Emily Squires Levine, "I translate my love of color and pattern into vessels of many sizes and shapes, exploiting the versatility of polymer clay." - Large black bowl, 3 inches tall x 6 inches diameter

Levine on PCDaily

Emily Squires Levine pushes what a polymer bowl can do with her recent work. Lots of open work and tendrils on this example from the Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild site (there& an even closer shot here). Emily uses the extruder to reduce [.

These two pieces from Jon Stuart Anderson fall into my ones-that-got-away category. Arlene Groch pounced on the 3-legged cup when Jon showed it to us during a demo in Bali. Then she posted a picture of her acquisition on Facebook as an eye-catc [...]

bowl by Jon Stuart Anderson on Polymer Clay Daily – Polymer art curated by Cynthia Tinapple

Textured bracelet - highlighted with metallic wax? - by Bleklama. Lovely work and colour choice.

Textured bracelet - highlighted with metallic wax? Lovely work and colour choice.

Emily Squires Levine - flower pot of wavy tendrils in muted greens and metallic golds, part of her Sargassum series that appeared in the Racine Art Museum exhibit.

Emily Squires Levine - flower pot of wavy tendrils in muted greens and metallic golds, part of her Sargassum series that appeared in the Racine Art Museum exhibit.

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