Amazing Swirling Landscapes Made From Air Dry Clay By Alisa Lariushkina – Design You Trust

Amazing Swirling Landscapes Made From Air Dry Clay By Alisa Lariushkina

Alisa Lariushkina is an artist based in Vilnius, Lithuania that has gained a large following on Instagram for her amazing swirling landscapes made from air dry clay.

Air dry clay differs from the traditional polymer oven-bake clay, in that it hardens at room temperature as opposed to polymer oven-bake clay, which is hardened at a high temperature and typically baked in a kiln.

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