New art925 jewelry has just been featured on the front page of designboom in art925: re-purposed vintage jewelry that slows down time. (Read the article and see more images). “Passing of time is relative to how you spend it.” I was also interviewed in a Handmade Profile for I am the Lab: Your Handmade Laboratory,… Read More art925 featured on designboom + iamthelab
Just in the past month, I have been featured on 4 blogs based out of Florence, Italy. Click on the links below to view> A Dusty Green Olive: Artists and Artisans in Florence Artisanry & An American in Florence: When in Florence, Do as the Florentines: Contemporary Florence – An Interview with Naomi Muirhead … Read More art925 featured on 4 recent blogs about artists in florence
This month, the Crafts Report magazine published their semi-finalists of the cover contest. Out of 100’s of entries, my piece made it into the top 16. The Every Day Pendant is a vintage watch date dial used along with a hand-fabricated, sterling silver frame and bezel setting for a coral composite cabochon stone. Resin over the date… Read More crafts report october 2012 issue features art925
I was lucky enough to be contacted by Green With Renvy blogger, environmentally-friendly designer, and “serial renovator”, Alison Abbott from Boston who found out about me from my feature on La Vita è Bella. She was in Florence visiting family in the neighborhood and came by the studio to meet me and see my work.… Read More art925 is green with “renvy”
My map rings were recently featured on a Polish fashion site. Part of the article, about the use of maps in jewelry trends, is roughly translated into English below (thanks Google translator!). Check out the original article to see more jewelers using maps in their work in a variety of different ways. See more of… Read More art925 map rings featured on polish fashion site
art925 is presented on the blog “Art Propelled” by artist Robyn Gordon who lives in South Africa…this is a lovely page with poetry, art and assemblages inspired by old doors. Click on the link to see the full page and the poem from “The Door” by Margaret Atwood.