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Polymer Clay Links

Guilds

The National Polymer Clay Guild (NPCG):  The NPCG home page lists national guild activities, a roster of regional guilds--including some I'll  miss below--announcements, a gallery of work, and links to some NPCG member pages.

Columbus Polymer Clay Group: Columbus, Ohio.

Houston Polymer Clay Guild

Columbia Gorge Polymer Clay Guild: Portland, Oregon area.

San Diego Polymer Clay Guild

South Bay Polymer Clay Guild, San Jose, CA, area

Northwest Polymer Clay Guild, Seattle, WA.

Mile High Polymer Clay Guild: Denver, CO.

Chicago Area Polymer Clay Guild

New York Polymer Clay Guild

Ohio Lake Shore Polymer Clay Guild : Sandusky, Ohio.

Artists

This list could get very long.  I am including a few whose work I know, whose websites were easy for me to find, and probably leaving out some of the very best.   This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but I guarantee it is interesting.

Gwen Gibson Designs Polymer Clay Jewelry :  Gwen's page shows her beautiful collage jewelry and you can find listings of when and where her next classes and shows will be.

City Zen Cane:  These guys and their work have influenced just about everybody.  You just can't leave City Zen Cane out of a list of  talented and influential artists.

Linda Goff--Quirkworks: Linda combines polymer clay, wire, and more in her beautiful work.

Grove and Grove: A must see site of some of the finest polymer clay work out there.

Patricia Kimle Designs: The Egg Lady...and MUCH more.  Beautiful work and a great site.

Elizabeth Campbell:  Ziggy to most folks, she is a genius in more ways than just about anyone I know.  Be sure to find her sculptures, especially "Thankful."  It will stop you in your tracks.

Other

The North American Art Cafe: A great resource for finding artists of all media.

The Polmer Clayspot: A neat site with lots of information on polymer clay.

The Polymer Clay Newsgroup (alt.rec.crafts.polymer-clay)

WDP Studio: The Eclectic Artist Supplies, and much more.

 

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