Introducing Wendy Moore’s Jewelry Designs

Wendy Moore is an extraordinary Australian polymer clay artist is another design team member we are proud to have. She said, “I have created with polymer, a relatively modern synthetic modeling material, for over two decades and am still discovering new delights. I have always been fascinated by colour and jewelry and polymer allows me to indulge that fascination endlessly.”


Wendy and her husband live on the edge of the Australian Outback for most of the year. But they spend 3-4 months of the year in Nepal. The “color immersion experience” as she calls it has had a profound effect on her life and work which also led to her helping Nepali women who are victims of domestic violence.


Wendy, together with Kopila Basnet, a Nepali attorney, founded Samunnat Nepal. This is the women’s collective which produces beautiful polymer clay beads for international sale.  Wendy also writes their blog and helps the women sell their beads and jewelry abroad so they may be able to earn their living.


Shown here are some of Wendy’s designs using Samunnat Nepal’s colorful polymer clay beads.  We look forward to more in the future!

One response to “Introducing Wendy Moore’s Jewelry Designs

  1. Pingback: A Samunnat designer on the Many Hands Market Place design team — Handmade Fashions from Nepal A Colourful Journey

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