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tatjana raum’s polymer and driftwood

Tatjana Raum’sĀ endearing collection of figurative sculptures combine two of my favorite materials with her delightful imagination.

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Raum’s polymer sprites, elves and pixies are full of character and charming, but her Wooden Spirits, made with polymer clay and driftwood, make me swoon. Swoon.
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Tatjana Raum’s website

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8 Responses to tatjana raum’s polymer and driftwood

  1. The first photo I thought was a child in a driftwood mask/costume until I scrolled down to include the entire picture. It’s a beautifully crafted polymer face! What talent!

  2. Kathy Gledsdale says:

    I agree with Sandra, I thought the same, truly brilliant!

  3. April Blue Colton says:

    What a great way to greet the morning! Your work is exceptional and I love the fact that you use such lovely wood in your artwork! Heavenly touch!

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  5. Heather says:

    Love the personality you have extruded out of the clay. Your faces are fabulous and I really love the combination fo barky wood around those lovely faces. Nice work!

  6. Melody Lynch says:

    Absolutely love these. So whimsical and yet touching. Very nice.

  7. Amazing and wonderful! I’m a polymer clay fan but a beginner… hope to reach a good level soon! masters are wonderful.
    thank you. Catherine.

  8. Grady VanBriggle says:

    In years of searching for the art that “Feels Right”, yours is “it”. Only two other artists, Tom Clark(Gnomes)and Knotheads by a woodcarver I can’t remember who. So thank you so much Tatjama.

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