We hope you are inspired to be creative by the projects displayed. We are especially interested to see examples of unusual and imaginative uses of FIMO and Sculpey clay.
Please contact us if you would like to submit an image of one of your clay creations for inclusion in the Gallery.
The headline photo is a representation of Amanita Ceasarea made using polymer clay and is based on a real life specimen. Click on the image and scroll to see other fungi.
Jason loves nature and most of all mushrooms. The bright colours and strange shapes of fungi fascinate him and as an artist he likes to create and replicate these things.
Artist: Jason LyntonTelephone: 07882790354Email: email@example.com
Artist: Michelle Williams
Artist: Yasmin AliEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 07771321884Web: www.beadeze.com
These delightful mice were made by Kirsten Miller. Kirsten is a polymer clay artist who specialises in small animal sculpture.
Artist: Kirsten MillerEmail: email@example.comWeb: http://www.quernuscrafts.co.uk/
Artist: Birdy HeywoodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.birdyheywood.com
Juliet has made this Dobby model using FIMO Puppen. He is half size.
Artist: Juliet Kebell
Artist: Bernadette Pickering
The bricks have been sculpted from FIMO. Double click image for close up and to see model with stone detail. Keith works in all scales from 4mm to 24mm and has developed his own techniques for producing textured brick and stonework.
Artist: Keith Robson
Artist: Karen KrigeEmail: email@example.comWeb site: www.karenkrige.com
Artist: Jon HintonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist: Dave Walker
Fine silver pendant with polymer clay inlay.
Artist: Sarah Heath
Artist: Kirsti McNulty
Artist: Tracie London (Eden Rock)
Earrings in FIMO inspired by Miniature Food Masterclass
Artist: Veryan Gibson
Metallic copper FIMO rolled to make a tile with metallic gold FIMO in relief inlaid with beads.
Artist: Jessica Gibson
The beads were made using the FIMO Magic Bead Roller Plus "Triple Pearl" & "Ball".The FIMO colours were metallic gold and metallic copper. The triple beads were wrapped in wire for extra interest.