MIPCES Exhibition: Amy Zinman

If you are a new visitor to Polymer Art Archive, you can find background about this event in the 2 posts, Past, Present Future and All About MIPCES.

LIZARDO DIABLO 11”L x 7½”W x 7”H

For the MIPCES catalog, Amy Zinman wrote:

“Just as the chameleon can change its appearance to blend into the environment, polymer clay can be mixed to create an infinite palette and shaped into endless forms. My piece, ‘Lizardo Diablo,’ allowed me to combine my love of polymer clay with my fascination with these beautiful reptiles and their ability to evoke a broad range of colors.”

You can read more about Amy Zinman’s Lizards in previous post entitled Lizardo Diablo.

Elise Winters is an art jewelry designer who has worked for the last ten years to promote polymer clay as a recognized medium for fine craft. Additional information can be found on the Mission page. You can see examples of her award-winning jewelry and learn more about her background at www.elisewinters.com Rachel Carren is an art historian and an artist who is devoted to recording polymer history, promoting polymer as a valued medium for fine craft and to the making of distinctive polymer jewelry. To learn more about her background and her unusual blend of skills see: www.rachelcarren.com