I'm Linda Clay, a.k.a. "Clay Woman". I received my nickname "Clay Woman" years ago while at work. A wonderful friend of mine called to me one day over the cubicle, "hey, Clay Woman" and the nickname stuck. I am a native of West Michigan and have been sculpting polymer clay for about eight years. I enjoy creating mixed media sculpts of polymer clay incorporating gemstones, shells, rhinestones, polished rocks, beads and other finds in my pieces. To see more of my work just click the link above to "More Claymation3d Items".
Visit my Etsy shop to see listings for sale at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Claymation3d .
I'm a proud member of the Purely Creative Artists Group Open Exchange. To see more outstanding polymer clay art, please check out the Guild website at http://www.facebook.com/PurelyCreativeArtists/
Many more polymer clay photos are on my Flicker page: page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/claymation3d
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Sea Horse pair done in light, pearlized blue.
Wired in glass beads and freswater pearl.
Large winged dragon sitting over his cauldron of bones. Made for my son as a gift. This is a big dragon and he can hold a votive candle inside. If incense is placed in the votive, smoke will pour out his nostrils.
This neckpiece was published as a runner up in Polymer Cafe Magazine. I later donated it to a silent auction charity event.