Friday, March 20, 2009

Jewelry piece of the month

I guess it is time for my next jewelry piece. I am working on some class projects and thought I share them with you. Using a cooper wire gauge 26 this time for the same bracelet as you have seen before, I was able to work with fresh water pearls, for sure one of my favorite 'material'. I still remember, the first 'real'  jewelry piece I bought for myself many many years ago, was a necklace made out of fresh water pearls. And to this day I still love the pearls. 

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Doom and Gloom

My personal remedy against 'doom' and gloom', I turn on my 'GLOWING OBJECTS', enjoy a good book, (yes I need more light to read) or spend as much time as I can in my studio. Right now I am working on a new 'glowing sea scape'.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Environmental Concerns

Hindsight is 20 20 so they say.
Here a little sneak preview of my 'Hindsight' miniature series. This series is motivated by my concerns for our environment. 
Watch for more 'hinds' to come. 

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Knitted Wire Bead Bracelet

My upcoming classes at ‘Past and Presents’ in Cooper City

Monday, April 6: 1PM – 4 PM

Friday, May 1: 5PM – 8 PM 

Class Fee: $ 25

Kit cost: $ 15- 20

Level: Intermediate

Students: 6

Are you ready for a challenge? Knitting with wire is different from knitting with fibers, but once you have overcome a few hurdles it will be fun. With my help, a few tricks and your patience you will be at the end of the class the proud owner of a copper wire bracelet with beads.

Requirements: students need to know how to knit and cast off.

For more information, and class registration please send me an e-mail or contact:

Past and Presents: 954 680-8266