Learn how to: Work with Pardo Clay, Apply translucent clay onto glass, sculpt and create 3D and see-through effects, and manipulate the clay to look like seaweed, coral and barnacles.
Marlene’s work has been featured in Sage Bray’s book, “Polymer Journeys 2016”, The Polymer Arts Magazine Spring 2016, Polymer Clay Daily, The Daily Polymer Arts Blog, Craft Gossip, Polymerie Online, Eva Maria Keiser Designs, The Beading Gem’s Journal, Polymer Clay Polyzine, Polymer Clay Planet, Guide To Beadwork, Bead Patterns.com and CS Jewelry Making. Marlene has been a two time finalist in Bead and Button Magazine’s International Bead Dreams Competition in the polymer clay category. She has been a first place winner in IPCA’s Progress & Possibilities competition and was an IPCA first place Members’ Choice winner. She has been published in Polymer Café magazine six times and her work was featured on one of the covers.