It’s summer and I’ve been busy! Mary’s wire wrap class at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center ended weeks ago, and of course, there is my life to consider (work, home, garden, kids, work, sick cat, writing, editing, and more work). Toward the end of this month – once the chaos ends – I plan on putting almost all of my pieces up for sale (and at very reasonable price points too!) so if you are at all interested in purchasing any of my work, please keep your eyes peeled. If you see something you like, let me know. Or, if you don’t see something you like and are interested in talking about a custom design, I’m available for that as well.
Cut amethyst stone wrapped in silver. The top photo is the front of the pendant, the bottom shows the back. The stone is set inside a wrapped silver jump ring. Setting stones in a wrapped jump ring was one of my last lessons of the summer, and it’s not easy on the eyes! However, if done correctly, the result is a piece where the gem looks like it is suspended in mid-air.
One of the cancer ribbons I did for a friend and my sister. The stone is a pear shaped pink topaz. I used a snap-tite snap set for this stone. I made several ‘ribbons’ before I was satisfied with the two I ended up with.
I have at least two dozen I’ll be listing for sale, so please stay tuned.