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céline charuau’s polymer and silver jewelry

I first became aware of France’s Céline Charuau in early 2009 when she created a brooch inspired by a DAM post about Jen Stark’s paper sculpture.

 


Small Rattle, polymer clay, oxidized sterling silver

A recent visit to her blog confirmed that Charuau’s command of the materials is maturing at a rapid pace.  Her current body of work combines polymer and oxidized sterling silver in ways that celebrate each medium.  Bookmark her site –  I think  Céline Charuau is one to watch.

Pendant Full of Leaves, polymer clay, oxidized sterling silver

White Thistle Brooch, polymer clay, sterling silver

Starry Stones, polymer clay, sterling silver

Poppy, polymer clay, oxidized sterling silver

Read more about Charuau, including which jewelry artist influenced her metal work, on Polymer Clay Daily.

Thanks to Ronna Sarvas Weltman for refreshing my memory.

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4 Responses to céline charuau’s polymer and silver jewelry

  1. Her work is true pleasure and she’s a very kind lady. I wish her the best for the future so that we are always delighted by her work, a real source of happiness and cheerfulness.
    thank you Susan for this post! Take care!

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