Inspired by travels and her interest in cultures around the world, Jennifer Morris infuses her beads and sculptures with a sense of playfulness and a love for color. Jennifer's love for design and her natural artistic ability showed itself early in her life as she made paintings, sculpture and jewelry out of found objects when she was 3 years old and was accepted into arts academy at 5 and then went on to study sculpture in college and later work as a set designer in the film industry. Jennifer's pallet of materials and skills are diverse ranging from steel to wood to porcelain and paper to polymer clay. She stumbled onto polymer when she was making a 'dia de los muertos' sculpture out of papier mache 15 years ago. A friend suggested she try polymer to make the most of the detail and color she was trying to achieve. It was love at first sight and she hasn't looked back since.