As I said the earlier post, I haven't been a fan of polymer clay in the past, but Jana's work shows me what is possible and how it "should" be done.
She works in a wide variety of styles as you can see from the images below (I went a bit overboard with the number, but really couldn't choose.) You can see more of her work here on Flickr or here on her website. I am amazed at her ability to work in fluid organic forms as well a incredibly detailed styles such as her polymer version of millefiori. I love her use of color and am astounded by her technique, but really can't help but finding my favorite in her white pieces. Such simplicity and complication at the same time.
If you are an enthusiast of the medium, you can also buy her DVDs to learn how.
Of note on the techie side of things: I love the community of commenters that she has on Flickr. It seems to be fans, and students and it is great to see an artist/teacher be able to interact with their audience without having to be there in person.