Posts Tagged ‘lisa crowder’

lisa crowderThe Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show is always a great resource for post material.  Lisa Crowder’s enamel pieces are “kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper stitched with thread — set in oxidized sterling silver. Pieces are completely hand fabricated — hand stitched. The copper is drilled prior to enameling. Multiple layers of enamel are then fired on both sides — then etched to create a matte finish. Once this is completed the piece is stitched — set in sterling.”

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One unifying element appears in Lisa Crowder’s metal work…circles. Be sure to take time to look at the rings in the metal and enamel categories…the stacked circles are a design that seems to be gaining popularity.

By necessity, all posts this week will be very short. As you read this, I am attending the High Point Furniture Market in North Carolina. Look for updates about the ‘hot’ colors that we will see translated into fashion in the next few months.

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