Monday, August 27, 2007

Varet necklace now in the shop. I have been naming each piece of jewelry after streets in Raleigh but after three years I was running low. Now I'm naming them after streets and Brooklyn and its like a whole new realm of possibility.

Today is my first day of classes- wish me luck. It feels sort of weird to be in school again. Design school in NC started with a million cookouts (entire pigs roasted on grills the size of cars) and fashion school in New York started with lectures on eating disorders so this should be interesting.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

A few days ago I found these great vintage chandelier prisms in a junk shop in Chelsea. I loved the addition of darker chain so much that I made a few Anderson necklaces with it too. Pearls and dark chain are just waiting for sweaters and layered knits. *Shop updates tomorrow*

Friday, August 24, 2007

Now in the shop.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The shots above are from "Framing the Art of Jewelry" exhibition in print curated by Ellen Lupton in Metalsmith. I love her take on the field as a graphic designer and her writing is always so well put.

Monday, August 20, 2007

Now in the shop.
Lovely material choices on the Floating Lady pool barge in Brooklyn Heights.

Friday, August 17, 2007

All of my important things have found new homes in Brooklyn.

Yep. Decorating the air shaft.

A few of the new necklaces in the shop today. I'm still trying to get used the light here.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

New Granville Necklaces

New Granville necklaces similar to this one will be in the shop tomorrow. I'll also be posting a few shots from my new hood in Park Slope (home of a thousand strollers), if I can ever find my card reader. All (most) of my belongings successfully fit into 90 sq ft but finding them is still a challenge. The moving sale will continue for another week to clear out some space in my new studio (tiny nook). Hope everyone is having a lovely week. Summer seems to be fading fast.


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