Posts Tagged ‘champleve’

Melissa Huff ‘s jewelry process combines natural forms, champleve and electroforming.¬†Scroll through her portfolio for the intriguing results. Her work “is firmly rooted in plants and plant anatomy, using botanical form and structure as a point of departure. By exploring the growth processes of nature, the work becomes more about process than design.”

HMMMMMMMMMM!!! I may need to sign up for that enameling class.

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