Friday, January 18, 2013

Preparing for Chameleon

It is getting closer and we have only a few more items to prepare.  Chameleon, an all polymer clay exhibit starts February 5th and runs until March 2nd at the Seymour Art Gallery in Deep Cove, Vancouver, B.C.

An event such as this calls for a special way to display our work.  We have been creating our own necklace forms in papier mache so they can hang on the wall.  Each display was individually made and customized to specifically fit each piece.

Water Lily
(Featured in the gallery of Helen Breil's book, "Shapes")

You can read more about this upcoming show on the Chameleon 2013 blog.


Anonymous said...

The necklace AND the papier mache bust look sensational Carolyn! Those busts are pretty labour intensive aren't they? But so worth it. You have done a great job!! Hope it all goes wonderfully well. Hugs, Wendy

2 Good Claymates said...

Thanks Wendy, I use to work in papier mache a lot before I got into polymer clay and loved working with it. Was nice to get my hands in all that goo again! lol! The busts were fun to make though and glad I did it.