Yoo-Hoo, Ladybug!: With Audio Recording
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Today Nealay Patel uses the branches of a tree to prompt a design for a necklace. Then leaves motivate Candie Cooper to create fringed leather leaf earrings. Finally Tammy Honaman has peyote with a twist. Do you consider yourself a jewelry artist? Is jewelry your hobby or day to day job? What happens when your hobby and leisure activity becomes a real business, how does that change your style? This episode explores 2 aspects of making jewelry making your career. First Robin Kramer offers suggestions for developing a booth; what components you need for a successful venue to sell your creations.
Then Brenda Schweder shares her tips for making live videos - an integral part of marketing your work to a larger audience online and thru social media. Finally Tammy Honaman returns with a continuation of her enamel lesson and the basics to getting started. Artists approach materials in creative ways by taking a fresh look. We begin with a look at dichroic glass beads. Then artist syndee holt is back with clay in a new format; liquid rather than solid.
Candie Cooper finishes up with a necklace inspired by the months of the year and their corresponding gemstone for a beautiful gift. Inspiration doesn't always come easy for artists. Sometimes premade "helpers" get our message across. We begin with our feature bead style - today is ceramics.
Then artist, Eva Sherman starts out with a premade metal cuff to display mokume gane polymer. Artist, Candie Cooper is next with a paisley pendant aided by a die cut. Finally Tamara Honaman shows how to solder with premade bezel blanks. What could be more inspiring than the sights and sounds of the ocean that evoke a sense of calm? Tammy Honaman is up first with a metal clay project inspired by her love of the sea. Then meet Sara Oehler for a seed bead revolution featuring the calming colors of blue and green. Being in the city inspires a whole different vibe to your design.
Kate Richbourg is inspired by commerce and the use of coins all over the world - using coins to make buttons and clasps. Then part 2 of fabrication with Julie Sanford.
Turn all of those wires into a cuff. We finish up with Tammy Honaman and making chain using metal.
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Excursions of all kinds whether online, in books or via photos can help us develop our sense of place. Today's designers have 2 different journeys for their inspiration. Lindsay Burke looks to a favorite ocean front locale to create her piece from resin. Then Kate Richbourg shares a design she calls Odyssey using waxed linen and beads for a very international vibe. Sometimes we get our sense of place right at home and other times our motivation comes from far off places and a sense of the exotic ; something different from our every day.
In this episode designers moved beyond their comfort zone. Up first Tracy Gonzales creates hamsa earrings featuring sari silk.
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Then Nealay Patel is back with earrings inspired by the exotic peacock. Finally Tammy Honaman has tips for hiding fibers with an exotic and international flare when using a loom. Developing your sense of place also includes those imaginary locations you see only in your mind. In this episode we explore ice castles, or more accurately, cold and ice, conjuring up clean lines, colors of white, silver and blue, and sunlight shimmering on snow or ice. Lindsay Burke begins with an architecture inspired necklace highlighted by crystals.