Mona Lisa 2.0 in Polymer Clay

by Tish Egerton.
(Boonville Mo)

Mona Lisa portrait in polymer clay by Tish Egerton  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

8″ x 5″

This piece is all polymer clay (no paint) and it all started in my living room. A friend of mine said “I bet you could make the Mona Lisa out of this clay” and then it was a challenge:)

Mona Lisa portrait in polymer clay by Tish Egerton  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Tish Egerton
Optical Awakenings
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Comments

  1. Sarah Small says:

    WOW!

  2. Tish, you did an eye-popping job at replicating the Mona Lisa in polymer clay! Great job accepting the challenge and succeeding so brilliantly. I’m in awe that there’s no paint involved. I’m sure Leonardo DaVinci would be impressed too! 🙂

  3. Phenomenal!

  4. I am absolutely amazed at this Mona Lisa out of clay. You need to enter this at your state fair. I think you would win. This is amazing.

  5. Awesome. I’ve done small landscape tile… nothing that nice.

  6. Karen Craig says:

    Absolutely spectacular! You should consider your work to include portraits and other works of art – replicas or of your own design. I could definitely see you having a gallery show.

  7. Amazing reproduction. Can you share the mystery of how you did it? Are there more like this one?

  8. Wow! As a polymer clay artist myself, I am totally awed by this work. Kudos for a fantastic little work of art.

  9. Well, I’m impressed. 😀

  10. Tish, you are so talented, this is just lovely.

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