Saturday, January 30, 2010

Fuller Craft Museum Polymer Exhibit

The exhibition at the Fuller Craft Museum curated by Kathleen Dustin, “Sculpting Color: Works in Polymer Clay” is one that I would have truly enjoyed seeing in person !

You now have the opportunity to view a virtual tour of the show by going to Flickr .  It it am amazing feast for the senses !

 Jeffrey Lloyd Dever Edensong Reverie



Jeffrey Lloyd Dever Edensong Reverie Detail


Bonnie Bishoff JM Syron Iris Cabinet



Bonnie Bishoff JM Syron Meander Credenza


Elise Winters Red Ruffel Ruche Neckpiece

 
Jeffrey Lloyd Dever Nestled Respose

 
Jessica McCambly Tide Pool Study II

 
Kathleen Dustin Allium Pod Detail

 
Kathleen Dustin Nature Fix Nigella Wallpiece

 
Victoria Hughes Box With Poem

 
Till tomorrow .. keep creating !
Tina aka Daily Muse

5 comments:

Stonehouse Studio said...

Even though I work in polymer and know what an awesome material it is, the Fuller exhibit blew me away. I hope more museums and galleries follow suit!

Your Daily Muse News said...

I so agree, I was just thrilled when I found these pictures, I hope one day to be half as good as these artist, I loved the color mixture on each and everyone of them !

Landon Clary Eason said...

If I was in the same room as these amazing pieces, I would be walking around with my mouth hanging open. I can't believe my eyes! These are all made from polyclay? Astonishing what people can make with their talents!!! Each piece is fabulous!

amy said...

I never see poly clay at shows, and have known some extraordinary artist that work in that medium. Hopefully the calibur of work that is shown here is giving it much plausibility and it will become more greatly accepted into fine art/craft exhibitions! Extraordinary studies in both color and texture...thanks so much for displaying them here, Tina!

EyeDesire said...

Wow, those are amazing! I actually don't know anything about polyer clay but I would love to learn! Those are wonderful and beautiful! I would love to see and touch them! Wow!!

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