Jeffrey Lloyd Dever is greatly inspired by natural forms dating back to his childhood. In
his career, Dever has mastered the ability to fuse thes forms with his artistic vocabulary.
Using polymer clay in addition to other media, Dever creates beautiful pieces of
wearable jewelry as well as other sculptural forms.
Madiha Siraj, a Pakistani-American has found inspiration in Islamic art and its meaning.
Islamic art employs geometric patterns to mimic the intricacy and perfection of the
divine creation, however the human artist is bound to make a mistake, ultimately falling
short. Siraj celebrates this organic element in her patterned polymer sculptures.
Joseph Barbaccia spent years as a designer, and has successfully translated these
skills into his career as a polymer artist. Barbaccia uses polymer clay as an illustration
device, as is seen in his featured portrait pieces.
Dan Cormier works with polymer clay to create beautiful jewelry and objects. Cormier
prides himself on working with a medium that has grown to meet a variety of needs in its
short lifespan. Cormier is continuously developing new processes and tools in order to
be constantly evolving within both his work, and polymer as a medium itself.