Masters: Polymer Clay

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Featuring the world's most dazzling and innovative work, this new entry in the Masters series focuses on the incredibly popular medium of polymer clay. Curator Rachel Carren has selected 40 artists who have their own distinctive style, exhibit fine workmanship, and have a unique vision they communicate through polymer.
Vessels, jewelry, and sculptures of intricate design reflect a range of moods-from Kathleen Dustin's poetically expressive art ...
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Overview

Featuring the world's most dazzling and innovative work, this new entry in the Masters series focuses on the incredibly popular medium of polymer clay. Curator Rachel Carren has selected 40 artists who have their own distinctive style, exhibit fine workmanship, and have a unique vision they communicate through polymer.
Vessels, jewelry, and sculptures of intricate design reflect a range of moods-from Kathleen Dustin's poetically expressive art to the luscious colors and forms created by Lindly Huanani.
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"Stunning! This book is an example of why the printed book should never go away. From cover to cover it is packed with amazing professional photos showcasing the work of world-renowned polymer clay artists. As someone who has worked in polymer clay for several years, I can appreciate the talent and hard work that goes into these incredibly detailed pieces of art, and this book brings it all to you. With just enough of (each) artist’s biography and bold beautiful colors of their pieces, this book is worth the price even if you have never worked with polymer clay." - Angeli Mangi, Chicago Metal Arts Guild blog, March 2012

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600595844
  • Publisher: Lark Crafts
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: Masters Series
  • Pages: 330
  • Sales rank: 934,595
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Curator Rachel Carren is one of the world's best-known polymer specialists. Her art is in the permanent collections of several American museums.
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  • Posted December 13, 2011

    Another Hit by Lark Crafts !

    I have really enjoyed browsing through this book...several times so far with many more in the future...and the inspiration it provides for polymer clay projects...it can also inspire projects in other genres...are fabulous. Though it doesn't have any instructions...it was never intended to...I have had a good time looking the artists up on the internet to see a more complete look at their bodies of work. A good gift to yourself or a polymer clay artist in your life.

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