Saturday, December 1, 2007

Sunday's Man


Sunday's Man was a real pleasure to make, since doing Robert Dancik's cold connections class, I told you about in my last entry Smile.
My work has taken on a more secure feeling, literally LOL. Things are now not held together with a wing and a prayer but now with rivets, and more planning when I go to put my pieces together.
I have bought the best thing (well since my Japanese screw punch anyway) my Dremel stand, to die for.
This piece was made with an old hair clip, heishi just below the number 18 and my new optical Lenses which are to die for.
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend
Jen

32 comments:

Gretz said...

Just gorgeous Jen, I don't know how you do it, every piece gets better!

NessH said...

Jen I just love it...you never cease to amaze me....
are you going to sell this one?? I wonder who will want it??? everyone I bet...haha..

Linda Lynch said...

Jen, you just keep outdoing yourself! This is fabulous, so different and the cold connections are very cool. What are Heishi? Is this a "Aussie thing?"

Marilyn Rock said...

This piece is fantastic!

Wendy said...

Jen...
LOVE IT!!! Tell us what heishi is..
Wendy

cain81 said...

Wonderful, wonderful work!!!! LOVE every piece you make!
Linda

azirca said...

fabulous!

Gail said...

Your work amazes me Jen, your just so clever with what you put together. Keep it up you inspire us all.

AliciaSharp said...

This is beautiful! I would love to own a piece of your art! Do you sell any? If so how can I get my hands on some! You are truely amazing!!!

Julie H said...

I love it when Blogarithm tells me you have a new post and this one was such a treat. I lvoe the strength and 'clean' look of this piece.
I have optical lenses i have been keeping for somethng special!! I really must be brave and use them.

Dawnie said...

Super Dooper trooper.
A very polished look that is VERY appealing.Amazing JC, you inspire us all.

Hug ya
Prawnie xxx

Ro Bruhn said...

Wow Jen, this piece is just fabulous, I love the way you've done the cold connections, I'm longing to learn the technique and your lenses, lucky you, Judy told me the story.
Ro
xo

bockel24 said...

What a beautiful piece!

kelsey said...

Love this piece Jen as well as the "Smile" one in the post below. I can just imagine how dimensional these pieces are and we really DO need to get the computer-age into the holographic stage!!! How fantastic would that be, to be able to have a hologram of your wonderful work in front of us so we can view it from all angles. ;-)

Night Owl Designs said...

Jen this is beautiful! *Amazing* job :-)

Susan Tuttle said...

This is supreme! Bravo on the cold connections!!--I'd love to learn how someday.

Susan
xo

Gaby Bee. said...

Absolutely fabulous, Jen! I'm amazed what you put together. Love every piece you make!!!

Gillian :O) said...

Jen I haven't been to your blog for ages, so have been treated to the most delightful pieces of ART this morning, Thankyou for sharing the inspiration around :)
Love EVERYTHING!!!!!

Sarah said...

Wow Jen, this is wonderful, and I too am wondering what Heishi is??
And after the silly season we will have to catch up for that cuppa..

Sarah

Sanja said...

this is absolutely fantastic!! Your work it´s very inspiring!

Sharon said...

I'm in awe of your work, Jen. Fantastic, it really is!

I wish I had your talent! :)

Debbi Baker said...

Gosh - what cam I say Jen? You are too awesome for words!

Julie van Oosten said...

Jen You always bring out the best in your creations. Love always looking at your work, you are so inspirational. Would really like to get out the soldering and have a jam session one day....

Julie

Anneke said...

what a beautiful artwork.
how did you make this?
i have enjoyed every minute what you have created

Shabby Cottage Boutique said...

thank You for comment on jewelry piece..I have had a hard time selling my recycled vintage jewelry?..Do you list under a certain catagory or tags?

Jamie said...

Jen your new pieces are AMAZING!!! I know that your business will be very successful. It would be an honor to own one of your creations. Your wing and a prayer comment made me laugh because that's exactly what is holding the kid's Gingerbread houses together too! LOL!! Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by sweetie! Love, Jamie

Vivian said...

this is such an inspiring piece. love your work. totally.

AztecMichelle said...

Jen,
fantastic assemblage!

Michelle Brown
Murrumbeena Vic
http://aztecmichelle.bigblog.com.au/index.do

Leslie said...

So pretty Jen! I was looking for a link to a shop after seeing this and the post below it. Hurry, hurry and sell your stuff oh-talented-one!

Leni said...

very pretty!

carylsrealm said...

Beautiful!

kris said...

This is wonderful! Just found your blog after visiting Keith's. Hope you are all right after the fire. Take care.