These were my first 2 sculptures. I took a
class from a very talented teacher named
Kathy Davis. Another area of polymer clay
that I want to explore.
A bracelet made using caning
techniques. Created after taking
a class with Sarah Shriver.
A FEW EARLY WORKS, CLASS INSPIRED CREATIONS, AND MY OWN ENDEAVORS
I made this 1st polymer clay
necklace after taking a class
with Nan Roche. It's very
flexible, all of the links move.
After I take a class I try to make
something that uses these
ideas but makes it my own.
That's when I did the Chain
Necklace that is next. The
inspiration for this chain was
the construction paper rings
we made as children to
decorate the Christmas tree.
The matching wire wrapping
and hook clasp were created
from telephone wire.
Intended to hang on a
wall. Some day this will
become a very
interesting series. So
many ideas, not enough
hours in the day!
The inside of the pyramid box. These are my first
flowers. Everything is polymer clay.
Pyramid Box. Outside is fun, Inside
is a surprise.
Cats in the Garden
I took a class from Kris Richards.
This is my take on her style of cat
sculpture.
This polymer clay bead has been
antiqued to age it's appearance and
is set with green adventurine stone.
Polymer Clay Bowl with feet.
I created a
variety of
different
shape
beads to
make an
unique
necklace.
The
patterns on
the beads
are made
with
silkscreens.
This polymer clay necklace was the first one where I created
my own toggle. Small canes were placed on the cube beads.
The cube beads were created by making natasha beads out
of the scrap clay from the cane!
This
multi-strand
polymer
clay
necklace
was created
with inks
and silk
screened.
Polymer Clay Lily Necklace. The
inspiration for this lily was a carved
stone that I had seen. I really
enjoyed beading this.
This
polymer
clay mirror
is adorned
with
colorful
butterflies,
leaves and
flowers.
Created
after taking
a class with
Christi
Friesen
by Gail Woods
GW Designs
Unique Art Made With Care
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Gail Woods