I’ve started working with nickel silver. Here’s what I have. All handmade by me with love.
Brass bracelet. Hand made with love. $52 All original designs made by me.
So I have decided to create another blog uniquely for my jewelry stuff. I call my style Primitive Elegance. The domain name is already taken. Boohoo! The worst part is that the person also does jewelry. Lol. I looked in vain for a contact info to see if he would sell it. Here is theContinue reading “New blog for jewelry”
Here is my second bracelet. This one is made with Brass. Brass is so much harder than Copper.
I finally have my studio set up. Here is the first piece that came out. 🙂 It's a copper bracelet with etching
So I’m going back home to Guadeloupe pretty soon, and I’ve decided to make a knife for my uncle. This is the first time I make a knife like this, and the second time a make a knife altogether.
I burned myself badly while making this ring hahaha. It’s made out of steel and copper.
So I made myself a ring. I also made two hanging something. They were originally supposed to be earrings but some thought they were pendants so I’m not sure. You decide!
so I’ve been building a drum from scratch and I love it. I’ve had to learn how to weld, carve, fabricate, forge steel, etc.. I tightened it up today and it sounds great. I used goat skin on top. At first I used natural rope for the ‘keys’ but it broke so i had toContinue reading “My Drum project”
So I’ve been playing around with texture and subtle shape changes. Here’s my latest. Comments are always welcome.
So the teacher threw us a challenge: Make two beads using solder and texture. Here’s what I did. I hope you enjoy…
Ok, so I’ve worked my ass off but I did it. Here are the rest of my bracelets.
So it has been a while since I’ve posted anything here. So there it is. My first bracelet of a series of 10. They will be available for sale at Naughti Gras in Saint Louis on the 1st and 2nd. I will also be doing some live drawings with Henryk and Bryan from Concrete OceanContinue reading “New bracelets from 2013”
A flash challenge was thrown by our metalsmith teacher Peg Fetter. You must Bezel set a stone on a surface that will be used as a pendant. This is what I came up with. I cut out a whole in the back of the stone so that the light may shine through.
I’m really enjoying making these ‘spoons’. They are so intimate and tactile. Copper is a very sensual metal. I like the raw look that my work has, almost primitive. Let me know your thoughts. I like thoughts. Oh, and I love my teacher Peg Fetter.
So I started making decorative spoons. Here’s my first one.