Hello: My name is Jacqueline Marchant. I am a Jewelry designer /creator and book reviewer for some very famous crafting publishing companies. When you check out my book reviews you will learn who they are. In these reviews you will receive loads of information and my feelings about the publication. I have learned an extraodinary amount about all the many facets and mediums in designing and creating jewelry from these books and I am over the moon that I have them to refer to , they have been a god send to me. IN THIS BLOG YOU WILL FIND TONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS I HAVE FOUND IN MY SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE,THESE VIDEOS HAVE BEEN GRACIOUSLY SUPPLIED ONLINE FOR US ALL TO LEARN FROM BY SOME VERY TALENTED, BRILLIANT ARTIST. i HAVE LEARNED FROM THESE VARIOUS VIDEOS FROM YOU TUBE AND OTHER PLACES ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND PLACE THEM ON MY BLOG SO I CAN READLY REFER TO THEM FROM TIME TO TIME AND I HOPE YOU FIND THEM HELPFUL ALSO, I HOPE TO ONE DAY BE AS BRILLIANT AS THESE VIDEO TEACHERS.To learn more from these various artist just click on title of videos to link to all their other tutorials...thank you ... YOU WILL ALSO SEE SOME PICS OF MY WORK, AND SOME OF MY ADVENTURES. I ALSO LIKE INCLUDING OTHER ARTISANS SITES FOR YOU TO EXPLORE. I FIND THE MORE YOU EXPLORE THE MORE YOU LEARN AND BY DOING THIS YOU GET INSPIRATION TO CREATE YOUR VERY OWN ONE OF A KIND MASTERPIECE. HOPE YOU ENJOY MY BLOG AND COME BACK AGAIN . WHILE HERE PLEASE FEEL FREE TO JOIN MY BLOG.


Friday, November 9, 2012


PUSH JEWELRY 30+ Artist Explore the Boundaries of Jewelry. Published by Lark Crafts, editor Marthe Le Van. About the Curator: Arthur Has Holds an MFA in metalsmithing and jewelry design from Indiana University and a BFA in craft/material studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. His works have been included in numerous publications, including the magazines Metalsmith, American Craft, Domino, and Niche. Arthur's work reflects his commitment to the exploration of what jewelry is and can be even as it exhibits the sense of elegance and beauty that characterizes the long tradition of body adornment. In this 176 page hardcover publication we are treated to a look into the minds of all the contributing artist. These Artist explore the boundaries of Jewelry in their own individual art forms. I found most pieces of Jewelry in this book leaning for the most part to be more of an art form than wearable jewelry. Although I have to admit there was a few pieces I could see myself and others wearing. These 30+ artist have amazing insight into the art world of jewelry.

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