Angelika Arendt, Modelliermasse / Foto: Christian Günther

Angelika Arendt models vivid forms from the most unassuming craft supply—polymer clay. She shapes the wobbly sculptures by rolling and twisting the colorful clay into globby droplets and swirling spirals. Arendt lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

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Angelika Arendt, purple swan, 2014 plastic modelling clay, porcelain, 23 x 9 x 12 cm

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