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3-in-1 Cane Technique with Jan Geisen

Jan Geisen's polymer clay work is very technique driven. In this class she will teach you how to make a cane that can be use to realize three very different looks which she calls 1) nuggets; 2) cellular structure and 3) random pattern. Jan also lists additional experiments that you might try with this cane!

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Class Materials List

• Translucent clay, any brand
• Liquid clay, any brand
• Two colors of acrylic paint
• Parchment paper
• Sandpaper, 400 to 1400 grit (wet/dry)
• Pasta machine
• Roller or brayer
• Paintbrushes
• Cutting blade
• Templates, or cutters (optional)

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Jan Geisen

Jan says that she sees abstract patterns in everything. Her art, both as a photographer and as a polymer clay jeweler, is about seeing patterns and capturing them. She loves to experiment, and polymer clay is the perfect medium for her creative style because there are so many things you can do to it. She refers to it as adult "Play Doh." From the very first cane she ever made, Jan found that she preferred to manipulate the distorted end pieces of the canes.

Jan rarely starts with a plan, and when she does it gets forgotten fast. It is only a starting point to get her brain into creative mode....
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great technique Review by Linda
I loved this project. I bought it for the cell technique and I will use it often to make 'gems' for my bronze rings and pendants. (Posted on 2/27/17)

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