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Anzac Polyclayers
Welcome to my website featuring the work of Polymer clay artists
through out Australasia who where members of the online discussion group
Anzac Polyclayers
I'm sorry we just got too busy to keep this group going. You will find there are a multitude of online discussion groups for polymer clay artists all around the world these days. We just couldn't help but keep this page here for you to take a look at though. Enjoy!!

Poppy

"Lest We Forget"
The Anzacs - a brief history

Australia and New Zealand are two island nations in the South Pacific who have often faced adversity together. During The Great War the armed forces of New Zealand and Australia joined together to fight many battles. On 25 April 1915, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) formed part of the allied expedition that set out to capture what is now known as Anzac Cove on the Gallipoli peninsula of Turkey.
The plan was to move on towards Constantinople (Istanbul) and secure the area on behalf of the allied forces. The Anzac's met fierce resistance from the Turkish defenders and the campaign dragged on for eight months. At the end of 1915 the allied forces were evacuated after both sides had suffered heavy casualties and endured great hardships. Many Australians and New Zealanders lost their lives during this great battle and today we remember those fathers, brothers, uncles, sons who gave of themselves during that time in 1915 by honouring them on April 25th every year.
If you are interested in reading more about our brave soldiers you can do so by visiting these online pages
The Anzac Day Tradition
Beach Burial
In the naming of our online discussion group for Australian and New Zealand Artists in Clay,
we honour and remember them
"Lest We Forget"


AUSTRALIA
Michelle
Michelle Sansonetti
Melbourne
Australia
Mary
Mary Vlasak
Airlie Beach
Australia
Josette
Josette
Queensland
Australia
Kerryn
Kerryn Segond
Victoria,
Australia
Jenny
Jenny Dowde
Dapto
Australia
Shirley
Shirley Dougan
Victoria
Australia
Gail's egg
Gail Teunis
Queensland
Australia
Heather
Heather Richmond
Melbourne
Australia
Tania
Tania McCulloch
Balingup
Western Australia
Jogry
Bargara
Australia
Rod
Rod Wicks
Victoria
Australia
Lorie
Lorie O Follett
Queensland
Australia
Lorie's Website
Robin Gisborne
Perth
Australia
Suzanne
Queensland
Australia

Erica Portelli
Sydney
Australia
Donni Hakanson
Australia
Stephen Wilson
Victoria
Australia
Stephen's Work
Lorie
Phillipa
Perth
Western Australia
Australia
The Quilt Cupboard

Australia

Australia


NEW ZEALAND
Prue
Prue Miller
Clyde
New Zealand
Petra
Petra
Christchurch
New Zealand
Sharnie
Sharnie Riley
Kerikeri
New Zealand
Nina
Nina Klauke
Wellington,
New Zealand
SueSmith
Susan Smith
Auckland,
New Zealand
Jewel
Jewel Lewis
Christchurch,
New Zealand
Rose
Rose Motion
Rotorua,
New Zealand
Alison
Alison Leslie
Auckland,
New Zealand
Tanya
Tanya Marriott
Wellington,
New Zealand
Tanya's Website


HONORARY MEMBERS
These folk are members of our group for a number of reasons.
Some are ex-pats, some are married to Australians or New Zealanders.
Others come from the Australasian Polymer Community or are welcome friends of clayers "downunder"
Meaning of Life
Garie Sim
Singapore
Garie's Website
Bowl
Margaret Reid
Llandrindod Wells
Wales
Margaret's Website
Irene
Irene Coyer
Wisconsin
U.S.A
Bunny
Bunny
Chicago, Illinois
U.S.A
Bunny's Website
Julie
Julie Wise
Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A
Julie's Website
Monica
Monica Resta
Firenze
Italy
Italyclay Website
Lorie O Follett
Utah
U.S.A
Lorie's Website

Website last updated December 2008

2005 - 2008 Petra
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