The Polymer Arts is a quarterly magazine with a rotation of in-depth articles on polymer techniques, design, personal experience, events, community issues, and marketing & sales ideas as well as thorough product reviews, multiple artist galleries, and the most complete list of polymer artists and resources anywhere. This magazine is for the aspiring and professional polymer artist looking for in-depth and challenging articles that will help them improve their skills and succeed as a respected and in-demand artist. In Spring 2016 - Convergence: --Focal Convergence: Creating Emphasis with Focal Points by Loretta Lam --Converging Clays: Creating in Metal Clay and Polymer by Dawn Stubitsch --Found Fusion: Designing with Polymer & Found Objects by Christine Damm --Clays Well with Others: A Primer on Epoxy Clay by Chris K. Harris --Paper Casting for Polymer by Sage Bray --Working with TavoosTM Film by Suzanne Ward --Editor's Worktable: Inviting Serendipity --Artist Gallery: Marlene Brady, Fabiola Perez Ajates, and Rachel Gourley --Resource Lists --Muse's Corner: A Sunny View on Art & Healing by Christine O'Connor --Knotted Together: Polymer and Micro Macrame by Iris Mishly --A Burning Issue: Ideal Curing Temperatures by Kat Hughes and Sage Bray --When is a Technique Ready to Share? by Dakotah Flannery --Selling Knowledge by Julie Cleveland --The Right Camera for Your Work by Deanna Duncan-Allen --Reflections on Ravensdale by Maggie Maggio
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