Debbie Crothers is an Internationally-renowned Polymer Clay artist located in Geraldton, Western Australia. Debbie was instrumental in the development of the large polymer clay following in the Midwest of Western Australia and has also been very involved in bringing some very well know International polymer clay artists – Donna Kato and Christi Friesen to the Midwest. Donna and Christi’s classes were very well received and very much enjoyed by all who were lucky enough to attend.

Debbie loves to experiment with polymer clay and the development of her work can be seen on her Flickr feed and her blog page. There is a constant evolution sliding from one great piece to another with always what seems to be pushing the boundaries with the medium.

Community art and teaching the techniques of polymer clay to people, far and wide and of all ages is a passion of Debbie’s. Anyone who has the good fortune to attend one of Debbie’s workshops is certainly guaranteed a great experience with lots of energy and encouragement in a fun environment. Attendees come away from Debbie’s classes with a renewed passion for creating and a desire to continue learning.

Debbie has attended workshops in Australia and also abroad with some of the very well known artists in the polymer clay industry and now it is Debbie’s turn to share some of her tricks with the world. Debbie is not only being sort after all over Australia to teach her amazing skills to lots of admiring enthusiasts but has also taught at the 2017 Clay Carnival in Las Vegas!

We are very grateful to Debbie for her contribution to the polymer clay community, for allowing us to feature her beautiful Bollywood Flowers on our website banner and for producing some lovely little tutorials for our customers to enjoy.

Be sure to check back regularly to follow Debbie’s latest work on her Flickr Feed!.

View Debbie’s website or read her blog.

Below are the latest creations from Debbie’s Flickr Photostream.