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Hershberger Designs Polymer Clay
Polymer Clay (sometimes known by its brand names - FIMO, Cernit, Sculpey, Promat, CFC/Premo, etc.), though frequently seen as a craft medium, is capable of much artistic variety. The creative possibilities seem endless.

My intent here is to show possibilities that I have discovered thus far. I hope my discoveries become a catalyst for other Polymer Clay artists, to find their own creative directions.

All items shown are one of a kind, copyrighted designs, though some are in series.

Enjoy your visit.

Self Portrait, Block Print on Polymer Paper, copyright 2000 Lynn DT Hershberger
Lynn
[Self Portrait -
Block Print on Polymer Paper
© 2000 Lynn DT Hershberger]
 
PLEASE NOTE: I am currently teaching polymer clay throughout the USA (primarily at fiber festivals). I am doing less studio production work in polymer, and more in fiberart. If you are interested in viewing my non-polymer artworks, please visit http://www.Colorjoy.com/art

Discussion Columns:
People write to me often for advice. These columns are in response to frequently asked questions.
 

Sculpture "Spirit Feast"©
by Lynn D. Troldahl Hershberger

Polymer Clay on Found Ceramic, Glass and Metal Items, 1993
Approx. 15" Wide by 12" Deep by 20" Tall
NFS

(This is called *Spirit* Feast for a reason - it is a feast for the eyes, not a functional place setting. Sculpture takes many forms!)

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Last Update: Dec. 2006