PCCAF MIDWEST 2010: JEFFREY LLOYD DEVER – Pre-conference Instructor

1 10 2010

JEFFREY LLOYD DEVER: STICK PIN 1

SPACES STILL AVAILABLE FOR THIS CLASS – REGISTER NOW!

JEFFREY LLOYD DEVER: Miniature Holloware Forms

Jeff  is a Master Polymer Clay artist who has been in the field of graphic design and illustration since the mid-70s. He is founding partner of the award-winning studio Dever Designs located in Laurel, Maryland. He has taught at various venues including the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee, and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN. Jeff’s work has received numerous awards and his creations have been represented in national exhibitions and his work has been accepted into the permanent Polymer Clay Collection at the Racine Art Museum (RAM), in Racine, WI.

In this class we will explore a wide variety of small scale

JEFFREY LLOYD DEVER: MINIATURE HOLLOWFORMS NECKLACE

hollowforms and shapes created by using miniature form-building techniques.  The results are strong, light and often reproducible polymer clay holloware pieces, for use in jewelry as beads, pins, or pendants.  With simple techniques, we will create small forms/molds of your own design, and through clay layering and multi-cycle curing build small holloware pieces.  Surface ornamentation and finishing techniques will be discussed as time allows.  This is a technique workshop, not a project class, therefore all students need a basic working knowledge of polymer clay.

There are still a few spots available in this class so don’t wait…register now!  At this late date, we are only accepting payment by PayPal.  Click HERE to download the form and send in your registration.

DEVER: STICK PIN 19

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