#artjewlery

Jewelry Post

I will be making a series of posts that link to makers and purveyors of my acquaintance if you are looking for some cool humans to support this year. Jewelry is the most popular category so it got it’s own post. IRELAND Adreanna Robson Designs is the art of a truly gifted storyteller, gamer, and artist. […]

She Said She Married The Sea

She said she married the sea. When I asked her to dinner, she accepted the meal and the company, but her heart was far away. “How can one marry an ocean?”, I asked. “Oh never the ocean”, she replied, scandalized. “The Sea. We made our promises to each other and we honor them.” Which was […]

For Summoning A Dream

I read many, many, comics. Do you know what I love? Comic world disregard of things like cost, materials, and physics. I’m not even being sarcastic, because it is easier to draw where weird jewelry armor stuff is supposed to sit than to make it do that in real life. I wanted to make a […]

The Muir Selkie

Tom Muir is a right pain in my ass! (Actually not at all. He is a truly lovely, generous, funny, and kind human. He is also Orcadian, and if you compliment them too directly they break out in hives and Trad covers of Joy Division songs. No one wants that now do we?) So it […]

It’s As If She’s Still Here…

    I love this piece. This one I made for me. Aging Goth loves her dead things and creepy pasta. I found the tin- type at a small antique shop in Rogers Arkansas (No, I’m not telling you why I was there, but I did escape). In life she was probably a great lady. […]

Morricone Martyr

I have an insane love of Westerns and Easterns, not in that order. I love movies in general especially older ones. So much of my screen love has been musically illustrated by Ennio Morricone. I had to make a piece in honor of his genius. Not wanted to. NEEDED to. I had found these really […]

Sylvia Gerrish and Amy Tan Said Brooches

These were my first two brooches and my first photography attempts. I like including the early pieces so that you can see the progression of my work if you are a beginner. Sylvia Gerrish was known as the “Girl with Poetical Legs” back in 1880. I had no idea. I had stumbled across this cool cigarette […]

For The Lantern Girl

I envision a girl. She is an introspective girl, given to sideways smiles, meandering walks in mountain meadows, and thin books of piercing truths. She lives with her extended family in a large home sitting in the dusky embrace of a larger mountain. She, as everyone in the house blood, found, or kept, has her chores. […]

Dare

This is a devious ring. It fits my ring finger perfectly. I have always maintained that this was more of a social experiment than a statement piece. You either shy away or you have to touch it… just to see if it really does hurt… How curious are you? Sterling silver, porcupine quills Hand-fabricated, rolling […]

Angling for Attention

This was my fun and my challenge piece to myself for the Bachelor’s degree. I had recently been given this great folding box knife by my partner. A normal person would probably have been satisfied at that. However, I am the person who loves the ribbons as much as the box of chocolate they come […]