So far, we’ve seen plenty of amazing figurines, sculptures, and jewelry made out of polymer clay. But UK-based clay artist Lizzie Campbell aka Clay Disarray is taking a different approach with this material. She is creating cool polymer clay paintings.
The majority of Campbell’s works are inspired by movie posters or particular scenes from films. This includes a number of horror flicks like The Amityville Horror, Candyman, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Midsommar.
“My favorite genre to work with is horror, but as my style is quite ‘child-friendly’, the disconnect between the two can sometimes make for quite interesting results,” the artist shared in a recent blog post on Bored Panda.
Campbell also makes polymer clay interpretation of famous paintings. So far, she has created polymer clay versions of Frida Kalho’s self-portraits, Leonardo DaVinci’s “Mona Lisa” and Gustav Klimt’s “Hope II.”
According to Campbell, her works usually take several days to make, depending on the level of detail they require.
“I enjoy making ‘polymer paintings’ from time to time as they’re made in an entirely different way from my usual model making, and they can be a little more challenging to produce,” she adds.
Continue scrolling to check some of our favorite polymer paintings by Clay Disarray below.