Thursday, January 5, 2012
Sharon's venture into making polymer clay jewelry began in 2004. A career working in the fashion industry in Montreal gave her an appreciation for 'wearable art.' The versatility of working with polymer clay allows her to make brilliantly colored, one of a kind jewelry to wear, enhancing any garment. Using the clay as her focus, she complements the colors with the use of crystals, metals, and gemstones. For the most part, she is self-taught but workshops with well-known polymer clay artists Tori Hughes, Kathleen Dustin, Grant Diffendaffer, and Myriam Bardoul have allowed her to expand her horizons and perfect her techniques.