Ta-da! The Polymer Arts Spring ’13 Cover

Doing the cover for each issue has to be the most nerve-wracking part of putting the magazine together. It’s what people see first. It can determine whether someone wants to buy it or not. It is that ever important first impression. It is ineveitably the one part I am never really satisfied with. But as I said earlier this week, one must know when to stop and decide a piece is done. So, this is my moment. Let me  (and the talented Layl McDill) know what you think.

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5 comments

  1. Ever the fan of Layl’s work, I think her pieces are particularly appropriate given the theme of the upcoming issue. Kids are a great source of stories and inspiration and I know that she often probes her daughters for what her figures should be doing. For example, she might ask “Should the dragon be knitting or cooking?” And before you know it in response, she’s created a fire breather at a stove in a chef’s hat, holding a spatula…
    Looking forward to the issue, as always.
    Clayfully,
    Beth

  2. What fun! Can’t wait to get my issue, and dive into it deeply. The Polymer Arts has helped me reach deeper, think more critically, and find new and exciting artists. Love it!

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