Sunday, November 18, 2007

Smile !!!




Smile!! This is my new necklace I have just completed,as you can see by my title its from an old camera.

I have been busy with Life and a bad back ( oh the joys of life) LOL.

I had the opportunity recently to do a two day class with Robert Danick in Melbourne.I learnt Faux Bone and Forming meaningful attachments this class was all about cold connections and to say it has change my way of creating is an understatement.Robert made me think more about the creative process and putting things together to form great attachments.He is an amazing teacher giving and sharing freely of his ideas.I learnt rivetting which robert I have used on this piece.I will share my faux bone piece in the next entery.

Take care

Jen

PS Im going to start selling my jewerly Finally stay tuned

40 comments:

NessH said...

Jen this is just stunning...I am so lost for words...I just love it...sounds like u had a great time at the classes...take care

Gail said...

You have been busy again Jen, love the round bit at the bottom, you are one talented lady.

AliciaSharp said...

I am so in awe over this! It is beautiful! I love it and would love to have one myself! You are truely talented!!!

Night Owl Designs said...

OMG, I love it!

donnaj said...

very cool necklace.

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh my goodness, this piece is AMAZING! How wonderful to learn new things from a teacher who loves to share their talent. It's all about sharing as we will each have our own version and taste in our creations. I love it! xxoo, Dawn

cain81 said...

Unbelievably stunning! LOVE it, Love it, Love it!!!! Would kill...well maybe not actually KILL...but would really love to take one of your classes! To Die For work. You go, girl!
Linda

Ro Bruhn said...

Jen, this is fabulous, love it, the cold connections sound great I must learn how to do them.

Cecile Nichols said...

Very cool, Jen!!

I've been visiting your blog for some time and have been enjoying all of your art! You're very talented!

Thanks for sharing!

Cecile
(from Ohio, in the U.S.A.)

Susan Tuttle said...

Oh my--this is truly stunning Jen!! I have been hearing so many amazing things about Robert these days--I'd love to take a class with him someday.

Susan
xoox

R2artstudio said...

Another gorgeous piece. You just keep getting better and better. Can't wait to see you other new piece. Take care of yourself, and will be watching for what beauties you will have for sale.

Gretz said...

Oh Jen your pieces just get better and better. I LOVE this piece!

azirca said...

Oh my, this is so cool Jen, I love it!

Georgie said...

This is really beautiful! Glad to see you are finally selling your jewellery!!!

Julie H said...

Jen this piece is amazing. Stunning, simple and yet 'it talks'. The class sounds wonderful. Not a chance of anything like that here.

I do hope your back is improving.

Inka said...

Absolutely amazing! I have to watch your blog because you are so unexpectedly inventive. With perfect execution you turn every piece into a unique masterpiece.

Wendy said...

This is TO DIE for awesome!!! I LOVE it!!!
Come to the US & teach us all your tricks!!
Wendy

Judy said...

woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow
Amazing piece - awesome!
Stunning.
Well its a bout time you sold your pieces! hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I told ya so!!!!

tim said...

amazing...YOU are amazing, your talents are amazing, your style is amazing, and your willingness to share is amazing. thanks for inspiring us all!
-tim

Sarah said...

wow Jen This is stunning!!! hope you back gets better soon Hugs Sarah x

Tejae said...

This is soo cool Jen. Congrats on starting to sell. you'll do well I'm sure. :)

Gaby Bee. said...

This necklace is truly a masterpiece!
You're one talented lady and your art is very unique. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us all!

Donna T said...

WOW Jen - How can you possibly love my necklace when you create these wonderful, original pieces of amazing jewellery ??
You are an inspiration to us all !!
Seeya Jen xxx

Leslie said...

This is beautiful Jen! It is so right up my alley. I'm glad to hear that you're going to be selling your jewelry. I'll be watching.

Debbi Baker said...

I agree with everyone else Jen - this is totally cool! Fabulous to hear you are going to be selling your jewellery. Hope the back is back to normal.

Genevieve said...

Great stuff Jen, but not quite as good as having a link to your (yes your) blog on Timmo's blog! OMG you've hit the big time!!

Cheers!

Kim Logan said...

What a fabulous necklace, can't wait till your up and running with selling your jewellery..!...Make it soon..!!!!!

Viola said...

Stunning piece! Great work!

Janine said...

Awesome piece Jen. Great to see that you are going to be selling your jewellery!

Dawnie said...

Geez Jen, Ive gotta join the queue to tell ya that you are just AWSOME my lovely gal pal.

Hug YA

Prawnie xxx

Linda Lynch said...

Jen, this is by far my favorite. You are truly very gifted. Keep up the good work Sis!

Linda Lynch said...

p.s. If you decide to sell this, don't sell it for any less than $250 US $$$$! It is worth every penny!

BrigitteS said...

Just amaaaaazing piece of art Jen !! i've known your work for quite some time (from some different pubications ect...) and just looove it ! Thanks for sharing all these, it's very inspiring !!! (My scrap has taken over but your work makes me want to use my stamps and my old stuffs again !! )
Brigitte
http://brigittes.typepad.com

Alexas Art Blog said...

this is a wonderful neklace and your blog contained so many wonderful artworks.


a big compliment from me an gereetigs from Germany send

Alexa

Robin Beam said...

Jen: I think this piece is absolutely beautiful and ingenious!Rock on!

Inky Hugs, Robin

Shabby Cottage Boutique said...

I loove your jewelry...I collect vintage antique bits,bobs,buttons for my work..its nice to know I am not nuts throwing all this stuff together! Denise

Sharon said...

Bravo, Jen! Your necklace is fantastic! Creativity of the highest standard.

Take good care of your back. x

paru's_circle said...

WOW>>please let me know what you start selling

lklight said...

This is beautiful, just wondering if you've opened up an etsy shop & if this is for sale.
I absolutely love it!
Leighanna

Karen Cole said...

Jen,

This is my first visit. Beautiful place you've got here!

I am commenting on this particular entry, because of the Gimbels insignia. I'm from Philadelphia and shopped there for years.....it's been closed for awhile now. I also worked there when I was in college. How in the world did you get it? Just curious.

Your work is beautiful, BTW.
-Karen