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Meet the Clay Artists

The polymer clay portions of all Living Air Ware™ charms are hand-sculpted by of individual Clay Artists in San Diego County in the United States.

 

 

Clay Artist: Adena B.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: August 2014
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Jellyfish Ornament
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: Squishing the colors together to make new colors!
Other Art Mediums: Spay-Painting, Collaging
Inspiration: Expression. And colors, lots of colors. Color spectrums!
Individual Note: Born in Alaska, living in California. Alumni of Palomar Community College, University of California Santa Cruz and Cal State University San Marcos. Co-Founder of Living Air Ware.
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Peacock Pearl

 


Clay Artist: Erica J.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: December 2014
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Tree Magnet
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: The convenience and versatility of the clay as an art medium.
Other Art Mediums: Refurbishing and reinventing old things into new.
Inspiration: The artistic and enchanting way my son views and interprets nature, animals and the world around him.
Individual Note: Born and raised in the LBC. Proud mother of dynamic son.
Follow:  I'm the one in the mom van if you want to follow me. 
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Sunset Pearl

 

Clay Artist: Natasha J.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: January 2014
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Grape Bunch Magnet
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: The different color swirls that are created when mixing the clay.
Other Art Mediums: I have always been doodle happy and photography crazy.
Inspiration: Standing out and being unique in creative and artistic ways has always inspired me.
Individual Note: Born and raised in San Diego, love local farmers markets and I love that my mom jumped on board with us! Maybe her plant passion doesn't fall too far from the tree ;)
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Purple Pearl




Clay Artist: Dali B.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: January 2015
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Potted Plant Earrings
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: The colors you create and the ability to mold it.
Other Art Mediums: Floral Arts
Inspiration: Ability to be creative. Nature’s beauty and how you can create art to depict.
Individual Note: My daughter and sister in law inspired me to be part of this incredibly creative venture allowing me to showcase my ability and amaze myself every day. Working from home in customer service and sales can be monotonous but Living Air Ware fills the void. I am 46 years old and have a loving husband and incredible daughter. Originally being from South Africa I believe allows me to bring a bit of Africa to my art.
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Brown and Tan

 


Clay Artist: Christina S.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: February 2015
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Nautilus Ornament and Octopus Ornament
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: Not having to constantly moisten clay.
Other Art Mediums: Graphic Arts, Crochet, Crafting
Inspiration: Creativity and uniqueness of each work.
Individual Note: Born and raised in Guam, moved to San Diego in 2004 with the Navy and been here since. Attending Palomar College focusing in Media Arts and Animation.
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Twinkle Twinkle and Oh So 80s

 



Clay Artist: Abby Dee
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: February 2015
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Nautilus Ornament and Octopus Ornament
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: The nomenclature of some colors and the ability to produce the various ornaments which are absolutely fun to make!
Other Art Mediums: Graphic Arts, Drawing, Cartooning, Computer Animation
Inspiration: Focusing on earth tone colors and/or the color schemes of elemental characters from video games I enjoy playing.
Individual Note: I am from Guam and currently attend Palomar Community College as a student. I take classes for computer animation and/or video game design.
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Twinkle Twinkle

 


Clay Artist: Ijeoma A.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: March 2015
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Nautilus Earrings
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: The endless possibilities for color and design.
Other Art Mediums: Ceramics, Jewelry
Inspiration: The ability to translate a mental image into a three dimensional object.
Individual Note: I was born in San Diego but lived in Nigeria until I was eighteen. I am an Art Student at Palomar Community College.
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Twinkle Twinkle

 



Clay Artist: Angelina M.
Creating for Living Air Ware Since: March 2015
Favorite Living Air Ware Charm to Sculpt: Seahorse Ornament
Favorite Aspect of Polymer Clay: I love the swirling of color you can get when you twist different polymer clays together! You never know what to expect but you don't have to worry because it always looks beautiful!
Other Art Mediums: Clay Sculpting, Ceramics
Inspiration: The answer to that question is enigmatic.
Individual Note: Looking at my portfolio, you may notice that most if not all my sculptures are functional. I strive to make my artwork have some sort of interaction with me.
Follow: Instagram @angelinamaniti
Favorite Polymer Clay Color: Anything that sparkles!