Polymer Clay Jewelry
Karyn Kozak is a fine craft artist in Gulfport.
Experienced as a graphic designer and glassblower, Karyn now works with polymer clay which cures at 275 degrees Fahrenheit. Using the millefiori technique, her patterned jewelry brings vibrant color and flair to any wardrobe.
Karyn is originally from Chicago, Illinois. She studied at Pratt Institute, University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and Orrefors, Sweden.
When she is not traveling, she is in her studio developing new color schemes and patterns for her elaborate polymer-beaded designs. Her work is great inspiration for fun gift giving.
Combining colors and patterns is fun—whether styling a home, growing a garden, or making objects.
Success is in the details, knowing how materials work, and in the patience to see nuances between what you intended and what you have.