An article about Elise Winters in the current issue of Ornament Magazine is perhaps the most up close and personal article written to date about the innovative polymer clay artist. The article speaks about her personal journey, challenges and triumphs in addition to Winters’ efforts to raise the profile of the medium by publicly documenting its history on Polymer Art Archive and her continued, consistent pursuit to find a museum that will take on a larger role in securing future recognition and a place of serious study for polymer clay artists.
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If that doesn’t get you to the book store to purchase the magazine then the stunning images of Winters’ work should do the trick. The excerpt above is a tiny tease – the layout in the magazine is far more beautiful and the picture of Elise wearing her own Ruffle necklace is one of the best marketing pieces I’ve seen yet. Congratulations Elise and thanks for all that you do – your massive effort on behalf of the future of the medium is deeply appreciated.
Elise Winters, Red Ruffle Ruche, polymer clay