Polymer Clay Rolled into Thin Strands Form Artworks

Washinton DC-based illustrator Joseph Barbaccia rolls polymer clay into thin strands of color and lays them out in intricate designs to create his colorful artworks. The vibrant 3-dimensional curves give his illustrations a style and texture that is very unique.

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Barbaccia studied at the Tyler School of Art and has over 35 years experience in graphic design. As a member of several illustration clubs and associations around the DC area, he believes that good illustration work is one half inspiration and one half collaboration.


Joseph Barbaccia’s website
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