Anne Bulmer Brewer
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  • Bainbridge Island, Wa
  • United States
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Bainbridge Island, Wa
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Constant student and Maker.

ANNE BULMER BREWER, a lifelong artist whose career also includes decades as a systems engineer, is a relative newcomer to the world of Art Jewelry.

Since 2007 she has been drawn to ancient metalsmithing techniques of Asia and the Mediterranean. Aesthetically and philosophically Anne’s art explores the world of nature and the precepts of “Wabi Sabi.”

Anne’s work is inspired by nature’s “perfect imperfection.” It embraces the spirit of nature and the transformation of precious metal in both and abstract -- and sometimes literal -- expressions of nature.

Anne’s work is characterized by several ancient techniques:
• Keum Boo (Korea),
• Hori and Zougan, in particular, Nanako-Hori (Japan)
• Granulation (Mesopotamia) and
• Etching (early Renaissance Europe).
Anne is passionate about employing ancient techniques while embracing the energy of today’s modern aesthetic to create timeless expressions of nature in jewelry and art.
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
http://www.annebulmerbrewer.com, https://www.facebook.com/anne.bulm...
What media do you work with?
Precious and non-precious metals.

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At 10:36am on April 1, 2014, Leah Hardy said…

Hey Anne,  It is good to connect with you again!  I think it was SNAG 2010 in Houston that we last saw each other in person.  Clearly you finally made the move to Washington state--hooray for you!  And I finally joined Crafthaus!  Leah

At 2:34pm on November 7, 2013, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership renewal and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through November 15, 2014.
Enjoy crafthaus!

At 12:17pm on April 20, 2012, Hratch Babikian said…

I had seen your work ,and was intrested in seeing more , glad you contacted ,really nice work, great textures too, love the black and gold, good eye for line!

At 8:49pm on May 1, 2009, Tadashi Koizumi said…
Oh, Anne. Thank you for you comment. You already made my day even though it is only about 10:00 in the morning now in Japan :)

I am more than welcome to talk about Japanese culture with you with hoping it will help you to get to know more about what you like! So your mom was actually living in Japan ! I think now it is time for you to come to Japan ! I did not really recognize anything good about my own country until I left to the states. Now I love both countries. I mean, I view all countries in the world as a one big community where I want to share the happiness all together ! Thank you again for being my friend here !!
At 12:48pm on May 1, 2009, Tadashi Koizumi said…
I am really happy to see the Japanese culture from your work ! Thank you so much to be friends with me !
At 5:06pm on April 5, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Anne:

Thank you very much for your membership payment and generous support of the crafthaus community. Your membership is good through 4-15-2011.

Enjoy crafthaus !
Brigitte
At 3:53pm on November 3, 2008, Seth Savarick said…
Anne,

Thanks for you kind words about my work. I'm a big fan of Fold forming and Anticlastic raising. Nice Work! Looking forward to keeping in touch through Crafthaus.

Seth
At 8:38pm on November 1, 2008, Kristin Mitsu Shiga said…
Love your work - thanks for the add and nice comment!
At 12:49am on October 23, 2008, Umut Demirguc Thurman said…
Thank you, I am happy to hear that :)
At 4:13pm on October 22, 2008, Umut Demirguc Thurman said…
Hi Anne, your work is very inspirational, I like it.
 
 
 

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