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The basis for the name "Entwine" is inspired by the structuring techniques traditionally found in woven, knit, and crocheted textiles and basketry. I use very fine gauge wire of silver, gold, or copper to hand fabricate each piece. Designs often start from a sketch and a palette of beautiful pearls and faceted gemstones. With a vision in mind, I string each bead onto the wire spool and then "entwine" them into each piece. I love to work in an organic way, watching the shapes and textures evolve naturally.
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"Thank you, Leo. Glad to have you on board!! We like to keep it fun and informative here - in equal measures - there's enough tough stuff around, we like it friendly and just slightly irreverent :-) you'll feel right at home."
I'm always interested in craftspeople from Baltimore as I taught at Towson University for 35 years...mostly ceramic art. As you are working at Centerstage, I want to mention my son, Eric Supensky, who works in a variety of…"
Title: Happy Birthday, Year: 2013, Technique: photoprint, Size: variable I make installations, sculptures and photographs in which clothing plays an important part. Clothing doesn't just have a function but also conveys a message. In our everyday lives we communicate identity and social position primarily by means of our…See More