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Rachel & Liron
Diane Black
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I thought you might be interested in this polymer plaque which a friend of mine made of her daughter Liron sleeping/dreaming. Rachel was a total beginner at polymer at the time (still is, though she's a really fine potter), and just figured out what to do by playing with the clay.  The actual size of the piece is 2" x 3.5"
Diane 

LIRON SLEEPING
By Rachel Friedman
This piece was created in 1987, and was inspired by a photograph I took of my daughter sleeping.  The "dream" part was based on a picture she had recently drawn. She was seven years old at the time and loved to work with polymer clay. Working side by side with her was our quality time together, and this piece is a wonderful souvenir of those quiet creative moments.
Rachel Friedman

 
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