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Anke Humpert

Anke Humpert is a mixed media and polymer clay artist. Young at heart and mind, uber creative and “medium adventurous”, fearless about trying new things and making them her own. She has an extraordinary eye for color and pattern. Her professional training at the University of Arts in Berlin, Germany and her self-studies have encouraged her to find her own path in many ways.
Anke is the managing editor for “The Polymer Studio” magazine. She has published several books and e-books and writes regularly articles for magazines. She had an appearance in a German TV show with her work and she is a demonstrator for polymer clay manufacturers. And she teaches on line classes at
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What’s Your Favorite Color?

by Anke Humpert “People observe the colors of a day only at its beginnings and its ends, but to me it’s quite clear that a day merges through a multitude of shades and intonations, with each passing moment. A single hour can consist of thousands of different colors. Waxy yellows, cloud-spat blues. Murky darknesses. In

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A teaching trip to Florida by Anke Humpert

I came back from a teaching trip to Florida on the 1st of June. I am still in the process of digesting all my impressions, but I did not want too much time go by before I share some of my experiences with you.           My first stop was at Lake

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A Workshop with Kathleen Dustin

A Workshop with Kathleen Dustin   My home guild, the German Polymer Clay Guild had arranged a workshop with Kathleen Dustin (April 24th – 26th, 2015). This workshop was one I have been looking forward to for a long time! I had meet Kathleen on two occasions earlier, but I had never taken a

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Adorable Little Patriotic Flowers

Creating in patriotic colors is always so much fun for Memorial Day in the late spring, the Fourth of July in mid-summer and then Veterans Day in the fall.  These adorable little patriotic flowers are fabulous to create an use in variety of fun ways.  To get started, you are going to need Sculpey III

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Sometimes things get a little HOT in my studio!

Literally and figuratively speaking. This morning I was smelling something “electric” (if you ever did, you know what I mean!) near my work desk. I unplugged all my computer gear and tried to located where that smell came from. This really worried me since I know how quickly things can start burning (but that´s another

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What I Like To Do To Stay Creative

No matter if working with polymer clay is your hobby, your creative outlet or it is your art form, we are all not inspired at times. We feel we are doing the same old same old again and again and just have no ideas at one point. It happens to everyone. The point is: not

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Testing Chameleon Pens and Polymer Clay

Just recently I got some new ChameleonTM Pens. I had seen Syndee Holt using them on polymer clay and so I was really exited and looking forward to use them myself and I would like to tell you a little bit about my first tests with theses pens! The ChameleonTM Pens are permanent alcohol ink

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Egg Shells!

Last week I spend some time with my family celebrating Easter. It´s always good to catch up on what is happening in everyones live and one of our family rituals is to go out for walks, talk and enjoy the nature. Especially now when spring is coming and all the flowers are coming back. The

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