|Student and Customer Gallery
It is so exciting to see what my customers are doing with the items they purchase from me. I am always amazed at their creativity and talent.
And like a mother, I am also excited to show you the new talent that is born in my classes on a regular basis. So, please excused me while I boast a bit.
|Christine Norton from Jewelry by Christine sent me these two pieces. She has really started to develop her own style. What an elegant and creative way she has chosen for holding the Metallic Titanium in place using the vine like prongs. In addition, her chain maille necklaces are a beautiful finish.|
|Kim Swanson enjoys the Florida shore and derives much of her inspiration while walking along the sandy beaches. Here she combines precious metal clay and Crystalline Titanium with blue and seafoam colored tones. It remind me of the waves that crash on the shore washing the beautiful shells onto the beach.|
|Lori-Simmons Cameron from Etrenne Studio sent me this creative piece she has entitled, Swirling Seafoam Titanium Pendant. She did a wonderful job of pulling out the green tones of the titanium with the greem gemstones that accent the piece. http://www.etrennestudio.com|
|The Borosilicate Beads shown above are made by my good and talented friend Sandy Seaman at OneBead.com . Sandy is always working on a new line, so pay her a visit.|
|Laura Hastings seemlessly
in an abstract Metal Clay piece that reminds me of a shooting star.
incorporates Crystalline Titanium, Metal Clay, 18 gauge depletion guilded sterling silver, decorative syringe clay and prongs made of tapering snakes. Great job, Carol.
has incorporated the Antiqued Large Botanical Bead Caps in the simple, but stunning bracelet
has incorporated the Antiqued Large and Small Botanical Bead Caps in her fun venetian glass bracelet
|Nonny of Butterfly Farm Art
has a beautiful feel about her work. She has incorporated the Antiqued Leaf S-link in her earrings and bracelet and the Small Antiqued Bead Caps in her both of her bracelets
|Mary Costa of Mariska's Designs seems to like the bright silver of the Large Botanical Bead Caps as used with with her lentil pendant and the Small Botanical Beadcaps with her elegant tabular faceted green earrings. http://www.rubylane.com/shops/mariskasdesignsjewelry|
|Carol Radley is someone I met on the Metal Clay Gallery Forum. -- a great group of talented artists pursuing their interest in creating with metal clay. Carol is no exception. Here she uses Crystalline Titanium and her own hand made prongs. Way to go Carol!||Dinah Bourdon sent me this piece to let me know she read my article on prong setting titanium . She said there were many "firsts" when doing this piece -- the prongs, the enamel, the embedded copper. I admire Dinah's pioneering spirit! Way to go!|
|Gwen Bernecker of Two Olives Studios created this piece with Precious Metal Clay and Metallic Titanium. I remember that selection, it was sparkly and vibrant with color. After she purchased the piece, right away she declared that she could see it with delicate leaves around it. Beautiful!
|Sandy Seaman of OneBead.com is a great friend and a very talented glass bead maker. Her colors are earthy and her designs innovative. Here she made several borosilicate beads caped with my Botanical pressed bead caps.
Visit Sandy at: http://www.OneBead.com
|Cathy Feist of Beaded Bliss Designs, LLC created this pretty bracelet around her handblown focal and used my Botanical pressed bead caps for accent.
Contact Cathy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|In this piece, Erica L. Roberts has created a metal clay sculpture to enhance a piece of our Metallic Titanium.
Visit Erica at: www.CEKCustomDesigns.etsy.com
|This pretty piece of our Metallic Titanium perfectly accents the handcarved metal clay heart.
|Vicky Seixas makes bead and wire jewelry.
She used wire to attach a piece of our Metallic Titanium to her hand carved silver piece.
Contact Vicky at: email@example.com