Polimeralia 4th Edition 28 July to 1 August 2017
Lines drawn in the sand by Ana Belchí
Who has not been hypnotized by looking at the lines drawn in the sand? The continuous movement of the sea, the capricious drawings, the random forms that make our imagination fly.
Who has not spent an afternoon sitting on the sand leaving their footprint on the seashore?
This summer in Polimeralia we are going to sit near the sea and draw lines in the clay. With a new method we will be able to design as many reasons as we want.
We will create a tubular piece and play with various assemblies and compositions.
I eat alphabetical alphabet soup. I teach how to work the polymer clay and resin. I make stuff and I …
Oneiric windows by Noelia Contreras Martín
As it happens in the oneiric world, we will make distorsion of concepts and shapes become real, tangible. We will learn to build double-frame light pieces with inner layers as if they were distorted windows to our dreams. But we will not only focus on building structures, we will work also on fine endings and on when to use smooth or textured surfaces.
All those technics and tips will let you build many kind of pieces you could imagine. The final assembly could be done from only two pieces, so we will be able to make our creation grow to exploit all the time of the class.
Noelia Contreras Martín
Noelia Contreras has been immersed in the world of polymer clay for more than ten years. Time in which she …
Graffiti bracelets by Anke Humpert
In Anke’s workshop, you will see polymer clay being used in a new and original way. Anke shows you how to make a bold show-stopping bangle complete with graffiti-inspired letters featuring colourful canes that look like they were just tagged with a few cans of spray paint. Anke’s technique produces results that are amazingly life-like - and 100% legal!
Learn in this one day workshop how to make a bracelet with the colourful shape and flair of graffiti-style writing. It’s so much fun to make and the variations are limitless. You will learn lots of techniques including how to make:
- your own graffiti letter stencils
- a cane that imitates the look of spray paint
- polymer clay graffiti letters and add them to your bracelet base
- a colorful bracelet base to complement your design
- additional graffiti elements with markers
Anke guides you through her design process and encourages you to pursue your own style providing many tips and ideas throughout.
Anke Humpert is a true mixed media artist, some have even described her as a Renaissance person! Since early childhood, …