Meet the team of talented artists using PCTV products to create awesome creations!
I first tinkered with polymer clay back in 1970 making heart shaped pendants to hold ashes of loved ones. I really did not know much about conditioning or other properties of the clay but was happy making reliquaries for friends. Then in 2003 I started reading about polymer clay and expanded my knowledge of the product by taking numerous classes from artists like Laurie Mika, Christie Friesen and any other classes I could attend on polymer clay. Then this year I joined the Polymer Clay Adventure and learned many new techniques. The rest of the story is about hands on self learning and reading. Plus I received tips from various artists that I had written to who were generous enough to help. I have also dabbled in PMC, precious metal clay…but polymer is my muse. I love Steampunk design, up cycling found objects and creating ideas that just pop into my head. Most of my art is given to friends and family, that is what I love doing. I have been published in “Just Steampunk” magazine numerous times and also in “Just Jewelry”, and had my art displayed at the Buell Museum in Pueblo Colorado in 2014.
has been an avid polymer clayer for over 15 years and is a past-president of the International Polymer Clay Association. As author of the “Polymer Chef” column for PolymerCAFÉ magazine, Suzanne is always on the prowl for unusual inclusions to combine with clay. She enjoys equally making jewelry, home decor items, and wall pieces. Teaching is Suzanne’s other passion. “Sharing projects and techniques with other clayers,” she explains, “keeps my batteries charged and inspires new ideas all the time.” A resident of northeast Florida, Suzanne is a member of The First Coast Polymer Clayers in St. Augustine. Visit her blog at thepolymerchef.blogspot.com.
is a full time mixed media artist living in St.Albert, AB Canada. In my work I use a great deal of polymer clay, vintage jewelry, glass and found objects. Mother Nature is a constant source of inspiration for me and I enjoy learning new methods of art and then sharing it with others that share my passion.
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Cindi Bisson McGee
has been working in the craft industry for over 15 years as a mixed-media artist. She is multi-published via web TV, websites, ebooks, books and magazines. Cindi’s style is diverse, she enjoys experimenting with many types of mixed-media to create home decor, jewelry, wearable fashion, textured/dimensional projects and paper crafts. Cindi has a passion for teaching and sharing the world of creativity with others. She is active in social media and can be found on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and more. Cindi is also the Designer/Co-Host, Associate Producer and Product Review Manager for When Creativity Knocks. If you are looking for an artist who “dares to be different” - you’ll find her “BEHIND THESE EYES” at
My affaire with crafts first started with jewelry making and ever since then my world has changed and progressed to other crafts. After many years of crafting I discovered I am a mixed media artist and love to play with all mediums and creating projects form scratch. I push myself to learn more techniques as I feel with art the impossible becomes possible and the stars are on limit.