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Two polymer artists, Jeff Dever and Annie Pennington advance polymer’s reputation by appearing in The Nature of Jewelry:Botanical Design and Symbols exhibit at the Peninsula School of Art in Fish Creek, Wisconsin.

In the show twenty-nine notable jewelry artists from throughout the US, Ireland and Canada display a sampling of process drawings and reference materials to trace the creative process for their works.

“They thought I’d add a bit of color,” says Jeff. He sent us larger pictures (gathered here) so that you could witness the color. This exhibit was a spinoff of the RAM’s Terra Nova and it runs until July 13.

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  • reply kim ,

    WOW! That is just such beautiful color! It makes me want to try harder – I love the finish too! My goodness it must have taken a long time…

    • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

      Ever so wonderful—-seriously need to take a class from Jeff.

      • reply PiperPixie ,

        Awww! I so wish I could visit that exhibit, I bet its FABULOUS! This polymer work is truly stunning:)

        • reply Annie Pennington ,

          Thanks for promoting the show, Cynthia. I’m thrilled to be a part of the exhibition, and I’m even more excited that I live close enough that I’ll be able to stop in and see it in person. I’ll make sure to share photos!

          • reply Debbie Crothers ,

            Incredible work. I would love to see them in real life – probably more to touch them than anything else. They look so tactile – just beautiful.

            • reply Alison ,

              Stunning!

              • reply Milena ,

                Incredibly beautiful!

                • reply Lynn Lunger/UnaOdd ,

                  Gorgeous pieces! They have that superb level of detail and bizarre natural beauty that makes you feel that they absolutely could be an exotic, real botanical. Wonderful!

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