These earrings are inspired by the playing I did at Haystack last week.
Monday, July 29, 2013
I am just back from 2 amazing weeks working with Bob Ebendorf and Marissa Sanehotlz at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts on the beautiful coast of Maine. We worked at capturing, securing, found items on or with metal. We were instructed to be playful and creative with materials. So much fun and lots of work along with lots of freshly baked cookies, yummy meals
This brooch combines a concrete flower, tin image, costume jewelry and textured copper.
These three are from the paintbrush bead series I have started and will continue to work on. A tin mold, bottle caps, pieces of jewelry, steel wire and tin have been used as well.
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Just gathering lots of fun things for my workshop with Robert Ebendorf : Lost and Found: Exploring Ideas for Personal Adornment at Haystack Mountain School for Crafts. Class starts next Sunday. The participants are tasked with bringing all sorts of found objects.
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