Lori Axelrod’s “No Boundaries – Experimenting With Color And Shape” One Woman Show At Artisans On The Ave
Artisans On The Ave Gallery has one of the largest selection of community-based artists that work in a variety of disciplines and mediums in Palm Beach County. Artisans On The Ave is featuring Lori Axelrod, one of those talented artists,who has found her creative spirit and voice through polymer clay. Lori’s experiments with polymer and other mixed media form special combinations you will never see again. Her jewelry is truly one-of-a-kind. Celebrate and learn more about this amazing art medium at this One Woman Show on Saturday, November 21st. The Free Opening Reception starts at 6:00 pm with refreshments. The Rickie Report shares the details and some peeks at Lori’s creations here. This is a great opportunity to remove some of the misconceptions about polymer clay and highlight the wonders of working with this medium!
Artisans On The Ave
630 Lake Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33460
You Are Invited:
ONE WOMAN SHOW
Experimenting with color and
Saturday, November 21, 2015
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Free And Open To The Public
Open 7 days a week
Monday thru Saturday 11am – 9pm
Sunday 11am – 6pm
Artisans On The Ave Gallery has one of the largest selection of local artists that work in a variety of disciplines and mediums located in Palm Beach County. Lori Axelrod is one of our 40 talented artists who has found her creative spirit and voice through polymer clay.
“Creative Spirit” Hand made polymer clay flowers
by Lori Axelrod
As Lori expresses, “I love exploring new color palettes, and I hope that others will experience the same delight that I get when they see my work! It is my connection with color and pattern that drew me to polymer clay as the perfect medium for my creative outlet. It is the intensely saturated colors and the details that I can achieve with polymer clay, combined with the wonderful tactile experience of the clay that has me hooked”.
“Creative Spirit” Polymer Clay Pins with Necklace Converter
by Lori Axelrod
Lori’s polymer clay canes are created by combining custom made colors and shaping them into sheets or rods of clay to make patterns or images. When the cane is sliced, the image or pattern reveals a pleasant surprise!
Lightweight “Squiggle necklaces” by Lori Axelrod
Lori started to experiment with all of the mixed media products and incorporated the polymer clay with the mixed media. There are no boundaries or limits to what additional items you choose to incorporate into the polymer clay to tell your story.
Multi-color polymer clay bracelets by Lori Axelrod
Lori tells us, ” I use the polymer clay flowers and fiber as my focal point which adds the dreamy iridescence near the center of the flowers. I then layer with gauze, gelato pens, acrylic paint, stamped images, pigment ink, embossing powder and additional mixed media. I’m always challenging myself and experimenting with new techniques and styles. Polymer Clay has allowed me to find the creative spirit within. My drive to create is fierce and strong as I passionately put my heart into all of the art I create”.
“Grow Where You Are Planted” Mixed Media with
Polymer Clay and Fiber by Lori Axelrod
Lori is a member of the International Polymer Clay Association and the
Southeast Florida Polymer Clay Guild.
To see more of Lori Axelrod’s artistry please visit:
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Axelrod will be giving workshops in the art and technique of polymer clay at The Craft Gallery.
For workshop information please call Betty Wilson at 561-762-8162
For more information about being part of Artisans On The Ave, please contact
Betty Wilson or Linda Manganaro