Guest contributor Darla Alvarez, of The Gilded Artisan in Colorado, uses 21st century CAD and rapid prototyping technology to reinterpret a handcrafted family heirloom from generations past. Read about her process and take a look at her stunning results!
We love to see what our customers are making and selling on Etsy and we love learning which products help them do it. Today, on The Studio, we’re featuring Sherry Jones’ Etsy store, The Dancing Gecko. Come check it out!
Earlier this year, The Studio featured Lauren Tobey’s beautiful work and her jewelry school/studio, Meltdown Studio. In today’s post, Lauren is a guest contributor and tells us about her recent experience at the “We ART the People” folk art festival here in Albuquerque. Check it out!
In her days as a sales associate here at Rio, Bernadette Bennett encountered some very interesting business names and heard some great stories. On The Studio today, she shares one such story about Wide Mouth Frog Designs. How have you developed your business name and brand? We’d love to hear your story!
Today The Studio spotlights the work of jewelry artist, Lisa Juen, who grabbed our attention last spring when she special-ordered a HOT PINK kiln! Lisa’s creations are innovative, beautifully crafted, and deliciously colorful and in today’s interview she shares a little about her inspiration and technique. You really must take a look!
Matthew Davis’ Etsy Store, Pantera Pens, features stunning hand-crafted pens and sterling silver jewelry. Take a look at why Pantera Pens is an Etsy Store We Love!
“For competitions I want to push the envelope. I want to dazzle the judges with something they haven’t seen before—that is the whole point,” says Robin Waynee, 2012 Saul Bell Design Award Grand Prize winner. Robin fabricated her entire winning bracelet by hand, forgoing casting in favor of individually crafting each element to achieve an incredible level of detail and finishing…
With the advent of Etsy.com, a lot of our jewelry customers are finding it easier than ever to start an online store to sell their work. We thought we’d highlight a few of them and learn a bit about the artists!
We’ll be announcing the 2012 Saul Bell Design Award winners this week at a gala dinner in Las Vegas. But while we wait, let’s take a look back at the beautiful work of two of our winners from 2011 – Andrea Williams and James Carter!
Our quest to find out what’s happening in YOUR studio continues! Last month we presented you all with another “What are You Working on Now?” contest, in which we invited readers to submit a picture or two and a short description of what’s on their jeweler’s bench right now. Well, we’ve given this month’s winner a $10 credit, and June’s contest has officially begun – show us your stuff for a chance to win!
Continuing our countdown to the announcement of the 2012 Saul Bell Design Award winners, today The Studio presents last year’s 2nd prize winner in the Hollowware category: Sung-Yeoul Lee from Stillwater, Oklahoma. Come on over to get a glimpse of how this inspiring artist thinks!
Wanaree Tanner, metal clay artist extraordinaire, shares some delicious tidbits with our very own Bernadette Bennett about what inspires her work, how she embraces the process of art making (failures and all), and her continuing growth as an artist.