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    Polymer Clay Artists and Galleries

    • Sunni Bergeron Clay Page
      The web site of clay artist Sunni Bergeron
       
    • mel's faces
      "Lots and lots of pics of my poly clay work and links to everything (well, I'm workin' on it!) Polymer clay."
       
    • Garie's Creations
      Singapore designer and artist Garie Sims' Architectural,
      Interior and Commercial Design, Polymer Clay Creations
      and Miniatures, Cartoons, Illustrations and Animation,
      Clay and Art Classes
       
    • Additional Links Coming Soon!

    Polymer Clay Information

    • Care of Polymer Clay
      Artistcrafts.com Tips for Caring for Polymer Clay
       
    • Glass Attic:
      A Polymer Clay Encyclopedia.  . . Diane Black's 90 categories (1300 pages) of information on all polymer clay techniques --also includes lessons, supply sources, tools and problem solving (polymer business, teaching, photography, creativity/finding inspiration, are covered as well).   (Click here for additional information)
       
    • Polymer Clay Central
      Information, links, tutorials, chats, and a forum
       
    • sculpey.com
      Polyform's website (manufacturers of Premo, TLS,  and Sculpey)

    • Katopolyclay.com
      Manufacturers of Kato Poly Clay

    Projects & Tutorials

    • Glass Attic:
      A Polymer Clay Encyclopedia.  . . Diane Black's 90 categories (1300 pages) of information on all polymer clay techniques --also includes lessons, supply sources, tools and problem solving (polymer business, teaching, photography, creativity/finding inspiration, are covered as well).
       
    • PCPolyzine
      Monthly e-zine.  June, 2003 issue includes Space Clock tutorial written by Laurel Nevans.  August, 2003 featured an article on "Clayers with Disabilities".

       
    • More Links Coming Soon!
       

    Forums & ListServs

    • Polymer Clay People (Yahoogroups)
      "We're all about polymer clay! Created to be a continuation of the original list (Polymer Clay Interest) and it's members, this list is a place to learn and grow in our chosen craft. To make new friends, and keep in touch with old ones. A place to announce and to find out about workshops and guilds. A place to share and see what others are creating too. See you there"
       
    • Clay-Polymer (Yahoogroups)
      Is it the color, the feel, the ease of working with polymer clay that's got you hooked? Whatever the reason, you're about to meet a whole new community of poly-friends. Welcome home!
       
    • Clayin-Around (Yahoogroups)
      A list for discussion of anything to do with the Art of Polymer Clay. Members may post Q+A's and carry on discussions, use the chat room to talk CLAY! *Pre-Requisite* Polymer Clay, some tools, Participation in Group discussion. Willingness for Change! Respect for other's Art. We will have many online live chats again called 'Speaking of Clay'.
       
    • Clayers with Disabilities (Yahoogroups)
      Many polymer clay artists have disabilities, and others would like to better accommodate clayers with disabilities in their classes and guilds. Many disability professionals would like to incorporate polymer clay into therapeutic activities, but are not quite sure how to do so. This group is for such people. It is a place for clayers with disabilities to gather and discuss claying with a disability, either on a professional or hobbyist level, and how our disabilities positively and negatively effect clay-related activities.
       

    Supplies & Suppliers

    • The Clay Alley
      Clay artist Karen Rhodes' online polymer clay supply store.  Excellent prices on a small range of clay & supplies.  Excellent customer service.
       
    • Polymer Clay Express
      Located in Damascus, Maryland, this online supply store has many hard to find items, such as mica powders, pasta machines, cutters, and texture sheets.
       
    • Rings & Things
      Rings & Things is a wholesale mail order supplier of beads, jewelry findings, charms, cord, polymer clay, Swarovski Austrian rainbow crystal, jewelry display items, and other jewelry components.
       
    • Polymer Clay Projects
      Clock Kits, pen blanks, kaleidoscope kits, and more.  Gallery page features work by Artistcrafts.com.
       
    • Additional Suppliers Coming Soon!
       

    Miscellaneous

    • The National Polymer Clay Guild
      The Guild's objectives are to educate the public about, and to study and promote an interest in, the use of polymer clay as an artistic medium by: Publicizing polymer clay work to galleries and museums as well as the public; fostering education through sharing information, giving demonstrations and conducting workshops; and developing opportunities for polymer clay artists to show their work to the public and to engage in public service activities.
       
    • Sunni's Megapage of Claylinks
      A links page, similar to this one
       
    • Vicki Hardin, Ceramic Clay Artist
      This site showcases the ceramic works of Vicki Hardin that are fired with pit fire and raku techniques.
       
    • Additional Links Coming Soon!
       

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