Monday, May 14, 2012

Translucent Beauty

It is no secret that my love of translucent clay has deepened thanks to the "Chopped Translucent" tutorial from fellow PCAGOE member Susan O'Neill of in The Polymer Arts magazine.

I just finished a few jewelry pieces using her technique. I love how they catch the light! You can check them out at I shared the Alice sculpture earlier where I used the technique for faux stones. So many possibilities!


  1. I've been meaning to try it since her article. Any tips before I start?

  2. This is a beautiful piece Marie! I too have been wanting to try Susan's technique but haven't had the time... You seem to always make time to try out the new techniques, I'm not sure how you manage everything you do, but you certainly have my admiration for all that you do! :)

  3. Thanks, Beth! It is funny that I appear to fit things in. I feel like I never have enough time. There are so many things I want to do. Alas my day job and housework have to fit in there somewhere:)

  4. Line,

    Just jump in! I was even able to cut up my practice sheet and work it into some projects. And your love of liquid polymer can probably take your pieces to an amazing level.


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