New work up on the blog.
Added by Robert Longyear on September 30, 2009 at 10:08am —
My current work is created from fragments of observation and perception of my environment. I record images during my daily journeys around the city streets of Oxford. Ornamentation and wealth is combined with alternative encounters in the city: graffiti, road kill, rubbish and road markings.
My jewellery consists of these images, which have been cut from old steel cans and fused together. In turn these whole pieces become fragments of new images, reminiscent of ornamental ironwork or… Continue
Added by Tamsin Leighton-Boyce on September 27, 2009 at 9:55am —
As an aside to making jewelry, my friend Dennis Todd who is a master machinest has made a stunning 20 ton hydraulic press for the jewelry trade. Pictures and a description of this press can be view at:
Added by Ed Ledner on September 23, 2009 at 11:30am —
I will be selling my handcrafted jewelry at the Can Factory in Brooklyn on the following dates
Sunday October 11th
Sunday October 25th
for more info about the Can Factory:
This is a great venue for all types of handcrafted arts.
Added by Ed Ledner on September 23, 2009 at 11:04am —
I open up at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary this Friday in St. Louis.
For all of those in Slouis, well...
I will un-fold slowly on the blog too.
be good, quiet dog bite hard,
Added by Robert Longyear on September 16, 2009 at 10:20am —
I recently visited Canyon de Chelly in Northeastern Arizona to get re-connected to the spiritual vibes and visual inspirations that come from the area. We camped in a Navajo owned private campground called "Spider Rock Campground". Howard, the owner, plays Native flute music every morning to start the day. He rents tent and RV sites but also has primitive hogans for rent as well. And if you like to seek inner peace through traditional ceremonies, Howard has two Sweat Lodges. One is a Navajo Way… Continue
Added by Denise Landis on September 11, 2009 at 11:03pm —
new stuff-s up on the blog:
Added by Robert Longyear on September 8, 2009 at 1:54pm —
When designing a room for a client... one of the first things you need to ask, is how arty can one get? Designers can go all out, crazy with color, texture, and money... but when your client asks for simple and clean, this is what they should get. Not too many colors, keeping it clear of chaos and menagerie. This is a great example of good clean design. Simple furniture, simplistic colors and elegance. Mobiles adding a repetitive pattern from the… Continue
Added by Julie Frith on September 4, 2009 at 11:34am —
check out this nice little interview i did with http://thestudiochronicle.blogspot.com/
Added by gina alvarez on September 3, 2009 at 8:30pm —