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Hello again. It's been awhile since I've posted here. Got busy with my day job and life in general. Even so, my passion for wearable art is still alive and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2014 at Wearable Art Blog
Annette Dam, an up-and-coming jewelry artist, is showing off her latest work in "More or Less", her solo show at the Goldfingers Gallery in Denmark. Here are some of my... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
During my annual visit to the New Bedford Folk Festival, I love to browse in the artisan booths in between the performances. This year, I was immediately taken with the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 7, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Since this is when summer gardens are in full bloom, I thought I'd feature the German jewelry artist Nora Rochel, who uses flower motifs in almost all of her work.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Sandi Atlas is now following Kallia Xa
Jun 17, 2013
Mirjam Hiller makes jewelry sculptures by sawing sheet metal from her Potsdam, Germany workshop. Does this look like it's made out of metal? To craft her jewelry, Hiller first hand... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Delano Brown is becoming an in-demand clothing customizer, taking expensive fashion pieces from big names like Balenciaga and Givenchy and adding to them his hand-painted oversized flowers. In the process,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Jose Marin is a talented metalsmith from Spain who creates beautifully colored jewelry out of titanium, gold and silver that's inspired by nature. I was immediately drawn to his work... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Here's some colorful wooden jewelry by an up-and-coming UK artist, Cristina Zani, whose travels in Spain, Italy and South Korea inspire her designs. I'm drawn to her work in part... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Here are the 2 Lyn&Tony neckpieces that I promised to show you in my last post. I love vivid color. These pieces can't get any bigger or brighter. Perfect lift... Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Craig&Karl and Lyn&Tony is a collaborative project between artists Craig Redman & Karl Maier, and photographers Lyn Balzer & Tony Perkins. The four artists got together to produce a small... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Check out these unique neck pieces from the 'Elements Of Creation' collection by Na'ama Rietti, who was born in Jerusalem and now lives and works in the UK. Each piece... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Gustavo Paradiso is an unusually creative jeweler who works in a wide variety of styles but typically uses "alternative" materials and recycled silver. My favorite Paradiso pieces are what he... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Katie Jones is a London-based knitwear designer who wants to expand the boundaries of hand crafted knits into high fashion. What I like about her approach is the way she... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Ayaka Nishi is inspired by the beauty found in nature. A native of the mostly rural Japanese island of Kyushu, she designs striking pieces that reflect the shapes and forms... Continue reading
Posted Mar 31, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Check out these very accomplished jewelry artists whose works are now at Velvet da Vinci as part of the FERROUS show. FERROUS, a chemical term meaning "relating to iron," includes... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Bea Valdes, a young designer from the Philippines, is a bead aficionado who's quickly made her mark in the fashion world with her flashy beaded bags and emphasis on craft.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 17, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Here's some beautiful artistic jewelry made with ancient techniques. Linda Kindler Priest has mastered the technique of repoussé, which traces its roots to the Bronze Age (3500 to 1200 BC).... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Spring is just around the corner, and Welsh milliner Robyn Coles is in demand. Check out these lovely hats from her 2013 spring collection, her second. Coles began making hats... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Maine jewelry artist Melanie West, who's been working with polymer clay for over eight years, is the creative force behind Raven's Clay, a wonderfully colorful line of nature-inspired jewelry. Pond... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
I discovered "Vellies", or hand-sewn desert boots, while getting my daily fashion fix from Susie Bubble, reporting from NY Fashion Week. These adorable 'desert boots' are handmade by Schier Shoes... Continue reading
Posted Feb 17, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Kornelia Kubinowska, who lives and works in Krakow, makes silver wire wrapped pieces under the "Sunflower" label. Although she only started making jewelry six years ago, she's already developed a... Continue reading
Posted Feb 10, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Here's some leather clothing that really pops -- beautiful colors and artful shapes made from leather and re-used furs. Virginia Testa-Jeffery is a self-taught designer living in Upstate New York... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
How cool is Michelle Obama? Did you know that she wore a pair of handmade diamond jeweled earrings and bracelets at the inaugural ball? Feast your eyes on those earrings,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog
Katie Poterala's work is now on display at Velvet da Vinci's "Monochrome Noir" show that I featured last week. Here are a few of her inventive pieces that may not... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2013 at Wearable Art Blog