Polymer Collection at Racine…

Today brings exciting news from Elise Winters about the Polymer Collection Project..after years of holding true to a vision, relentless attention to detail, assembling a team of volunteers  and lots of hard work-

“As of last week, the Board of Trustees at the Racine Art Museum in Racine, Wisconsin confirmed the museum’s commitment to establish a permanent collection of polymer jewelry, beads and sculptural objects.  As part of this commitment, RAM will not only focus on assembling a world-class collection of exhibition quality works, but they will also preserve study pieces for future research.  A small library will also be established to protect slide, print and catalogs for academic research.”

To  find out how YOU can support this very exciting Project, visit the Polymer Art Archive.

I am thrilled that several of my pieces will be part of the permanent and study collections at the Racine Art Museum.

sushiplatterOne of  the selections for the collection is my Sushi Platter – you can read more about it here.



2 Responses to “Polymer Collection at Racine…”

  1. 1 Jeanette Kandray September 25, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Congratulations on being part of the permanent collection Lindly.

  2. 2 clayfests September 28, 2009 at 6:24 am

    Hey. Lindly. Congrats to you and all the wonderful artists to be included in the permanent collection. Since I’m from WI originally, I’m hoping that one of my next trips home I will be able to swing by and see it. I know that Elise has worked very hard on putting this together and glad that CFCF will be able to support the effort as well, even in our little way.


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