Meet the artist shannon tabor
Born and raised in the beautiful wetlands of Charleston, South Carolina, Shannon is inspired by the rugged and natural elements that surround her. She lives on a quiet, plantation style farm with her husband and teenage daughter. Her background in art began as a passion for poetry and writing, yet she really enjoyed working with her hands. The combination of engineering and art in working with clay and jewelry design provides her with constant inspiration and never ending possibilities. Not only does Shannon enjoy creating her jewelry to sell, she also has a love of teaching her art to others. You can find her hosting workshops all over the world, as well as in her hometown of Charleston!
Shannon's work is recognized worldwide, as she is an avid artist and seeker of new techniques and design. As a contributing author to magazines dedicated to this incredible medium she greatly enjoys inspiring and encouraging others in her field and shares her expertise from her background in Public Relations and Marketing.
Featured Artist, The Polymer Cafe Magazine, January 2014
Featured Artist, The Polymer Cafe Magazine, May 2014
Jewelry Designer, Oblique Magazine Fashion Shoot, Summer 2014
Jewelry Designer, Oblique Magazine Fashion Shoot, Summer 2015
Wrote, Developed and Copyrighted Technique, Raku in Polymer, April 2016
2016 International Polymer Clay Awards featured Technique Author
Contributing Artist and Writer, The Polymer Arts Magazine, Summer 2016
International Online Educator, PCA, 2015-2017
Contributing Artist Feature, Pan Pastel Corporation
Contributing Artist, The Polymer Week Magazine, Spring 2018
Contributing Writer, The Polymer Week Magazine, Summer 2018
Jewelry Designer, Oblique Magazine, Summer 2018
Featured Jewelry Designer, Tatler Magazine of London, 2018
A Glimpse of How I Create!
Shannon has also been a featured artist in many galleries and boutiques in the Charleston Area.
Every detail is created by hand. Intricate and delicate work is what Shannon loves to focus on.
photos courtesy of Lisa Peagler Rennert
100% recycled kraft paper boxes with a gorgeous Meditteranean blue metal stamp!