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Joan Parcher is intrigued by opposites. “Opposites attract me.  I am influenced by opposites.  I am fascinated by the positive with the negative shape, the organic with the geometric form, and the large with the small.” While Joan does not have a website, you can see more of her work on google images. 

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Take some time to scroll through the four collections from Karola Torkos for inspiration in a variety of shapes, colors and materials. “As a jewellery designer, I am interested to discover the different and sometimes contrasting aspects of a concept, idea or collection. Therefore, I avoid seeing myself as just a commercial or just an […]

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Kathleen Nowak Tucci’s first experiments with recycled bicycle & motorcycle tires did not have the results that she envisioned. “Always curious and compulsively creative she returned to the pile of scraps and began to play with them.”  Her perseverance was rewarded with a 2012 Niche Award for the featured Penelope Bracelet. I found a ‘smidge’ of time to […]

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Life is Swirling

It appears that posts will be sporadic for awhile. This is the ‘crazy’ season at work, and our house goes on the market next Tuesday. YIKES!!! I’m not sure when I can get back to daily posts…hopefully very soon. Compared to the health issues last year, all of this is good…but exhausting.

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Day Job

Post will be delayed today…my day job interferred yesterday…SORRY

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The playful personality of this necklace from Daniel Jocz brings a smile to my face. He combines aluminum, chrome and auto-body lacquer in his jewelry for a fanciful dialog with customers and viewers. While I could not find a great deal of information about his work, you can find more on google images.

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Laura Cardwell majored in English with a minor in photography. She worked in both fields until the demand for the jewelry she made as a hobby moved from a small infatuation to an opportunity for a ‘third’ career. “There were times in my life when I had great passion for what I was writing or […]

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Annie Costello Brown makes statement jewelry anyone can wear. “There’s a strong pragmatism to many of the designs because wearability is a top priority. I’m not interested in making Art Jewelry that looks uncomfortable to wear or out of context with fashion, but it needs to feel unique and not too commercial or trendy. My […]

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While the Greek drachma has not been in circulation for more than a decade, that did not stop Athens born Mary Katrantzou from using the drachma as the inspiration for a crystal mesh dress. BTW…at $44,640 it is sold out.

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African master artist, El Anatsui has a nice problem…a waiting list of over 500 for one of his smaller works. Early in his career, El Anatsui worked on a smaller scale. Today, he doesn’t let the demand dictate the direction or size of his pieces…following only how the spirit moves him. You can see more […]

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