Sponsors

Thank You, Sponsors

We are grateful to these businesses and individuals for sponsoring our door prizes.

When you patronize these businesses, please let them know you were referred by the Polymer Art Summit

Blick Art Materials

BLICK Art Materials is one of the largest providers of art supplies within the U.S. with over 90,000 items available online, in our catalog, and at our retail locations.


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Clay and Paint Factory SA

Manufacturer of Cernit clays, tools, and accessories.


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Creative Journey Studios

Gallery, Classes, and Supplies for polymer and mixed media.


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EZ Screenprint

Supplies for DIY screenprinting, finished screenprinting stencils, and more.


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International Polymer Clay Association

The International Polymer Clay Association (IPCA) is a non-profit organization. The IPCA’s objectives are to educate the public about polymer clay, and to study and promote an interest in the use of polymer clay as an artistic medium.


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Polymerè & Co. Magazine

LThe only French language magazine dedicated to polymer. Now available in English digital versions.


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PAS2 Presenters

Shelley Atwood
Debbie Crothers
Hélène Jeanclaude
Claire Maunsell
Laura Tabakman
Lynn Yuhr


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Sculpey

Manufacturer of Premo!, Souffle, and Bake Shop clays PLUS tools, inspiration, and more.


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Van Aken / Katopolyclay

Manufacturer of katopolyclay, claytoons, tools, and supplies.


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Nifty Stuff by Gail Garbe

Imprint tools, sculpture, jewelry, wall hangings.


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Barbara McGuire

Polymer stamps, textures, jewelry, tutorials and more.


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Lucy Štruncová / Polymer Week Magazine

We are happy to present the artwork of hundreds of talented artists and inspire all readers with new possibilities and techniques.


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Studio Mojo by Cynthia Tinapple

Sometimes all you need is a spark, a reminder, a new perspective. A fresh dose of mojo to get you back in the studio.


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Theresa Clasby

Polymer and fine silver artist


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Karen Woods

Karen Woods is a weaver, dyer, quilter, photographer, beader, papermaker, basketmaker and a serious student of the possibilities of polymer clay.


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