16.2.12

Animal Totems

As a routine I check several blogs daily. This list constantly changes and evolves - new ones coming and going. There's one that remains constant and I'm sure you'd find it on every polymer clay artist's list. It's called Polymer Clay Daily. Written by Cynthia Tinapple it provides virtual glimpses into the studios of polymer clay artists all over the globe. This week I was checking out the work of fellow Massachusetts dweller, Amy Crawley. According to her blog, Amy Crawley is a mixed media artist who creates small scale sculptures called Spirit Messengers. Amy's artwork is inspired by the spirit of ancient cultures, nature, and her travels around the world. Her art can be found in galleries and private collections across the country. I was inspired by Amy's animals and thought it would be fun to try a couple with a Boston Baked Beads twist.  Pin It

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