Bonnie Bishoff has been collaborating since 1987 with her partner and husband J.M. Syron, designing and making furniture, sculptural objects, jewelry and wearable art. Initially they explored the use of polymer as a decorative surface on furniture. Continuing to experiment over 25 years their use of the medium has included sculptural elements, lighting and large marquetry-like veneers. They are currently making jewelry and wearable art as well as sculptural wall pieces. Their work has been exhibited in galleries, craft shows and museums across the United States and abroad, including the Smithsonian Craft Show, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show and SOFA-Chicago. Their “Meander Credenza is in the permanent collection of the Racine Art Museum.