Do you know Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg?

24 10 2008

Lynne Schwarzenberg

Lynne Schwarzenberg

Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg stumbled upon polymer clay in 1991 and she’s been creating, teaching and designing ever since.  She bit off more than she could chew, going from marbled beads straight to figurines à la Maureen Carlson.  In 2001, she fell into the world of polymer clay guilds, and was delighted to find others who shared her obsession.  After exploring the worlds of caricature sculpture, faux materials, filigree, and even dollhouse miniatures for her daughter, she found her niche in millefiori floral caning and tile jewelry. 

LAS Purple Rose

LAS Purple Rose


Lynne Ann has been teaching polymer clay to students young and old for over 10 years, nationally for 4 years and she’s taken her teaching overseas (to Israel) and on the highseas with Lisa Pavelka.  Her work has appeared in several publications and she has won a number of awards including Bead & Button magazine’s Bead Dreams competition, the Bead Arts Awards through Interweave Press and the National Polymer Clay Guild’s Progress and Possibilities exhibit.  She sells her work in galleries and bead shows and through her website:




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