ite is “Fimo,” which is what I usually use. I work with a wide variety o colors and amintrigued by color combination. I love the way the colors combine to make the nalproduct a great creation.My main ocus is making vessels, ashionaccessories, and jewelry using “Milleori”techniques. Milleori means “thousandowers” in Italian and is a age-old techniqueby which artisans create kaleidoscopic glassbeads. Milleori-decorated objects havebeen created intermittently rom the time o ancient Mesopotamia to the present day. Anyone can make polymer clay milleoricane jewelry with detailed milleori designsby slicing the canes to make beads, brace-lets, brooches, earrings, buttons, magnetsand much more! Every bead is special andunique! Tere are no two alike.I love working with clay and sharingmy knowledge with others, so I teachall ages rom children through adults.I ofer 3-hour, hal-day, ull day, and weekend intensive workshops, as wellas private and semi-private lessons inmy studio or at the student’s locationin Israel. It makes me very happy when my students tell me that I wasthe one who started their wonderul journey in polymer clay.
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Iris Mishly of ArcoIRIS
From my earliest memories o mysel I amdoing something related to art: ashion de-sign, graphic design, artistic makeup, balloonsculpturing. And during the last two years, Ihave been working with polymer clay.Polymer clay is a very versatile modelingcompound. Since it doesn’t dry out, youcan play with it as long as you want, shap-ing it into whatever you like. You harden itby baking it in a standard home oven. Teoldest brand o polymer clay and my avor-
A talented Polymer Clay Artist FromIsrael whose vibrant works are full of color.