International award winning polymer clay artist Emily Squires Levine designs and creates one-of-a-kind accent tiles, bowls, and eggs.  Using a sophisticated color palette, she fashions uniquely patterned canes to form eye-popping works of decorative art.  Her bowls and eggs are small gems which command attention for their distinctive juxtaposition of pattern, shape, and color.


Emily's polymer clay tiles [© resinating tiles] are coated in a clear two-part resin, a technique she developed. 

These tiles are ideal for accents in kitchen backsplashes and will withstand the rigors of kitchen use.


from the blog...

a fine craft market

posted: Saturday, May 7, 2016 - 11:39
Next weekend, I will be exhibiting at the Fine Craft Market at Rittenhouse Square, the annual spring show sponsored by the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. Together with 150 other makers, this show displays works that are all handmade in America.  You will find me in booth #109, on Rittenhouse Square South near the corner of 18th Street.  For more information, go to PA Guild.
Hours are:
Friday, May 13, 11 am - 7 pm
Saturday, May 14, 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday, May 15, 11 am - 5 pm

naudain st art collaborative

posted: Friday, January 15, 2016 - 11:22

The Naudain Street Art Collective is a newly formed group of artists living in and around Naudain Street in Philadelphia.   I have been invited to join the Collective, which also includes Bhavisha Patel (city scapes and African scenes), Ed Bronstein (urban impressionism), Betsy Alexander and Burnell Yow (mixed media, Ravenswing Studio), Lauren Sweeney (biological water colors), and Bill Silver (murals, oil paintings, mosaics), Priya Patel (photographer), Leslie Sudock SAORI weaver), Karen Villarreal (realist painter) and Sally Eisenberg (abstract art on paper).  

The Collective will be mounting group shows six times a year at 2503 Naudain Street, Philadelphia ("Ageless Gardens", home and studio of  Bhavisha Patel). 

I am honored to be joined with Ed Bronstein to display our work on January 23, 2016 from 11 am - 7 pm. Ed and I will be there to say hello, answer any questions, engage in conversation or share a snack.  Please stop by to see my new work in polymer and paintings by Ed.

new piece on display

posted: Friday, November 6, 2015 - 10:24

Come see my latest piece at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, November 12 - 15, 2016! Booth #309.