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Cindi McGee

Cindi McGee
Cindi McGee

Cindi McGee is a multi-published mixed-media artist. Over the past 22 years, she has experimented with many types of creative mediums, but has found her true passion lies with polymer clay. Her motto is "Dare to be different." Her style is diverse, and she is always seeking new techniques to master. Cindi lives in North Carolina with her husband and a menagerie of beloved animals.

  1. Tips to Get Your Art Published (or Apply for a Design Team spot!)

    Working in the creative industry in various formats, including video production and print publication production/magazine editing for over 20 years, I’ve worked with a lot of artists. I’ve always been on the lookout for artists to contact to feature their work in videos or print publications. I’ve also been involved in a lot of design team searches, and managed a...

  2. Pattern to Slab – Adding Dimension with Translucency

    I have a bit of an obsession with translating patterns I see in fabric, photos, etc. into polymer clay. Whenever something catches my eye, my mind begins to ponder what techniques I can use to recreate the look. Sometimes, it’s silk screening or textures. Sometimes it’s colorings like alcohol inks or pastels. Sometimes it’s dimensional effects like molded or sculpted...

  3. Tips for Beginner Clay Artists

    Back when I first began working with clay, I had no idea about the true possibilities it had.  When I began to discover them, it was honestly overwhelming. Start where you are comfortable – with a simple project, and let your creative muse free to spread their wings and fly.  Experiment. Don’t be afraid of mistakes. We all make what...

  4. Pattern to Polymer - My Obsession

    For the last two years or so, I’ve been having vision problems. I literally see everything, and I mean everything, in terms of how I could translate the pattern to polymer. Photos, fashion (fabric, shoes, you name it), home décor, mixed-media art, things in nature; my mind begins envisioning how I could recreate what I see in clay. Most of...

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