Wednesday, May 9, 2012

oh sweet jesus...
it happened, it finally happened!
i am incredibly honored to be Cynthia Tinapple's Polymer Clay Daily featured artist.

Painterly polymer

The “painterly” adjective is an easy one to attach to some works. But lately, “painterly” polymer has been pushed to a whole new level as in these Rustica Erosion beads. Alison Sachs of BeadsByEarthTones paints, textures, scuffs, and swipes her beads into something more than you may have thought possible.      “Down to earth and full of imperfect texture…like me,” she says.
Polymer is attracting more fiber artists, glass artists, ceramicists and, well, painters who bring very different expectations and sensibilities to our craft.

thank you!


  1. Congratulations. It is a wonderful feeling! Like nothing else! Enjoy it!

  2. Congratulations. I've come by way of PCD and am now a follower. Gorgeous beads, love the colour and texture, look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work.

  3. You are very talented!! Love your colors & textures - I'm a fan...

  4. You are so talented!! Love your colors & textures... I'm a fan!

  5. Congratulations, saw you on PCD this morning, love the colours on your beads make me think of summer if it ever comes over here lol!
    I have a give away on my blog you are welcome to come over and take a look.