Russian artist Alisa is using the moldable material in a visually distinctive way to create one-of-a-kind jewelry. Rather than simply kneading, shaping, and smoothing out a large clump of clay, she creates multiple swirls out of dozens of pieces.
Alisa’s polymer clay jewelry employs a visually exciting pattern reminiscent of another popular art form—paper quilling.
I curl each pattern with my hands,” she says, “then many many pieces add up to a greater whole.”
Each piece in Alisa’s polymer clay jewelry collection offers a fun and colorful rendition of nature and wildlife.
Alisa (aka Liskaflower) creates polymer clay jewelry with a unique twist!
Each brooch and pendant includes dozens of hand-curved pieces of polymer clay, in a variety of colors.