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Before I talk about this gorgeous mural, I want to ask those of you reading this to bear with me on what has been a bit of hard morning here in the US as I have a small request. But don’t worry, I am not going to get political. I simply want to send out, […]

On the last page of the Winter 2015 issue, we have a very, very special Muse’s Corner article. It was brought to us by Anke Humpert, who had the good fortune to connect with a polymer artist who may very well be the first published polymer pioneer, unknown to most all of us. The reason we may […]

  We interrupt this week of happy couples to remember a different kind of love; that for our dearest friends, some of which are a bit on the furry side. Our pets can be such an amazing and important part of our lives. I know of many stories where people pulled through very difficult times because […]

Here is an example of a love story that someone thought no one else would be much interested in. But, I can’t imagine anyone not finding this touching; if for no other reason, than to remind us of the hope we all should have. Debbie Crothers shares her amazing rough and beautiful beads and her once rough […]

The one article in the Winter 2014 issue of The Polymer Arts that seemed to greatly affect both the readers and the participants in the creation of its writing was the piece by Anke Humpert, “1,700 Pieces of Jewellery“. If you haven’t read it, you really need to. Anke developed a game based on limitation and […]

Today, I’m going to get a little chatty. And, I hope you’ll have the patience to read this because it has bearing on what you might get out of this blog as well as on the idea of play. If you read this blog regularly, then you know I will often aim to break down […]

We’ve spent over a week looking at very finely executed and finished work and I thought we ought to stop and remember how those artists got to the point where they could complete work like we’ve seen. Their work wasn’t always perfect. It’s not likely that their work is always perfect now. Getting to that […]

For those of you who may not have heard through our newsletter and postings on Facebook by others involved, next month in Malta, myself,  Marjon Donker and Saskia Veltenaar (From Polymer To Art) and Béa Picq (Polymère & Co) will be conducting a presentation and discussion on polymer art in print–what is available right now […]

Edit to Post: It’s almost funny how the posted quote image here not only highlights the issue of copying but is, as it turns out, a derivation of someone’s words (unattributed in the image as you might note.) I was able to find someone who gave Rebekah Joy Plett the credit for the quote so I […]