There’s something I really admire about other polymer clay artists: canes. Why? Because I can do simple canes, but complex canes that take time, perfection, & patience … they are just NOT for me! So when I make friends in the polymer clay community, I like to tell the world about it. Though I have never personally met Meg Newberg, I can say that she is a wonderful young woman with a heart of gold. One of the things I greatly admire about her and her talent (not to mention those gorgeous canes) is how she makes even the most complex canes, simple. Continue reading Meg Newberg and Her Awesome Canes
Don’t you just love winter? I know that I do. Winter is my second favorite season, second only to fall. Living in NW Pennsylvania near Lake Erie, we get a LOT of snow every year. We live in the snow-belt region of the country and I love it! Yesterday I was delighted to showcase the art and talent of Meg Newberg. Meg does a lot of awesome things with clay, but her best are made with millefiori canes. Today she’s going to show us her snowflake cane and where you can purchase the tutorial to make it yourself as well.
Polymer Clay Tutorial of a Snowflake Millefiori Cane by Meg NewBerg ow.ly/fa7f3 Visit the blog to see this awesome cane today!
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Polymer Clay Millefiori Cane Artist, Meg Newberg
It is my pleasure, as always, to introduce to you polymer clay artists. Polymer clay artists, designers, & sculptors are indeed a rare breed: always fun, unique, & joyful! Today’s polymer clay artist, Meg Newberg, is no different. She’s a wonderful polymer millefiori cane artist, who also sells her tutorials in her Etsy shop. Tomorrow, I will feature a season cane of hers, how you can get it, and what she’s done with it. It’s truly my honor to feature her today.
Continue reading Meet Meg Newberg – Polymer Clay Millefiori Cane Artist
It is my pleasure, as always, to introduce to you polymer clay artists. Polymer clay artists, designers, & sculptors are indeed a rare breed: always fun, unique, & joyful! Today’s polymer clay artist, Aniko Kolesnikova, is no different. It’s my honor to feature her today.
Continue reading Mandarin Duck, Aniko Kolesnikova
It is with sadness that I do this artist feature on Trina’s Clay Creations. Why is this sad you might ask? Almost 2 years ago, Etsy created “Teams.” From the outset, I began an all polymer clay team, The PCETeam (Polymer Clay Enthisiasts) of Etsy. I sought out inspiring artists of different clay disciplines to aid in the creation, growth, and promotion of our mutual love, polymer clay. One of those people that I was blessed enough to meet was Trina Prenzi. She has a natural sculpting ability with clay that is immediately noticeable. Her fine attention to detail and adorable whimsical creations is uncanny. It has been my honor to know her, work with her, & feature her today.