CFCF 2012: SPOTLIGHT ON INSTRUCTOR JEFFREY LLOYD DEVER

19 10 2011

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. This is Jeff’s 4th year teaching at Cabin Fever Clay Fest…each year something wonderful and different! Join us!

DEVER – A PERFECT UNION: When Wire Meets Clay (2-day Pre-conference Fri. 17 Feb. and Sun. 19 Feb. 2012)

This two-day workshop employs wire-working and polymer clay form building techniques to create innovative small-scale sculptural forms in jewelry.  First we will fabricate wire frame armatures and complete basket forms with a tinkered wire-wrapping technique. Next, we will explore original polymer clay forms through staged clay layering and multi-cycle curing to complete pieces.  Finally, we’ll look at finishing techniques with an emphasis on an array of surface ornamentation options. This is a technique workshop, not a project class, therefore all students should have a basic working knowledge of polymer clay. There will be a small kit fee for this workshop. To register for Jeff’s workshop, download registration form here


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