Monday, February 21, 2011

Art n Soul Blog Hop

Here is some eye candy for you to look at and hopefully get you inspired to join me at Art n Soul in portland later this year.
Ice resin I really love this product alot .You will learn how to make your own unique metal bezels and then add your own personal goodies incased inside with the ice resin.
Above is one of my night classes to learn the art of metal etching a really passion of mine and also so easy,you will be amazed.

Another ice resin bezel piece I told you I loved this product didnt I LOL.


Here is my doll pendant which is a day class, a unique cast dolls head will be supplied in your kits to make this pendant.

This mini etched book is another night class this will be a very fun class.
Cant wait to meet you all in Portland I promise it will be a fun time in class. Feel free to email me if you have any questions and look out for me in Portland, I will be the crazy aussie with vegemite on there toast.

This is my first blog hop to show off the many other talented artists who will also be teaching at Art n Soul as well. Another two group will be featured in the next weeks as well keep your eyes open
Below is a link to there blog please enjoy the eye candy.

22 comments:

Picklebug Designs said...

Go Jen! I love your stuff. Will have to have a lesson here one day, unfortunately I won't be off to America with you! I love ice resin too, it's changed my life! Haha!

Barbara Lewis said...

These look awesome projects for your workshops! There are going to be some lucky students!

Marilyn Rock said...

Your offerings are so beautiful and I wish I could be part of Art N Soul to be among your fortunate students!

Jane LaFazio said...

gorgeous stuff! I hope you'll be selling at the artists fair too.

spindelmaker said...

Hi there, Jen!
Your work is so lovely, and so inspiring. I can´t wait to learn some of the techniques you teach! Yay! This is going to be so much fun!!!

Cory said...

Your work is amazing. Love every piece.

Sharyn Sowell said...

GORGEOUS!!! That's all I can say. How beautiful.

Rogene MaƱas said...

You have just the right touch for assemblage! Looking forward to seeing more!

Doreen Gay-Kassel said...

What exraordinary workshops you're going to have!
Can't wait to see your work in Portland!

Gaye Todd said...

Would love to join you.... but unless you need an assistant?? :)

lindacreates said...

Sorry Gaye, that assistant job is already taken!:-) Can't wait to be in the classroom with you Sis!

Peggy said...

Your work is so good it makes me want to laugh and cry. If I POSSIBLY CAN, I'm going to save my $$ and take a class of yours. If not at A&S, then in the future.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Jen
your work is always AMAZING! I could sit for hours looking at it, being inspired and wishing to create with you! Thank you for the sweet comments on my blog! The students are going to be super lucky to learn from you! :)

Phillipa. said...

congradulations Jen, Portland is lucky to have you teach there, you deserve it as your work is so beautiful, have a wonderful time and thanks for visiting my blog. xoxo Phillipa.

Angie H said...

wowee jeneee, lovely work hope you're ok haven't been drowned caught fire or generally sunburned. Good luck with the show xx

Cindy said...

i want to come to portland for this so bad!!!! thanks for stopping by the blog my fellow jewelry artist about to turn _ _!! i will not tell((:

i think this is the perfect birthday gift to myself. i am trying to find someone to join me!
congrats on teaching~xo

diane cook said...

Jen....ALL of these projects look fun, and I would be honored to be in each class if I could! I love these pieces! YOU, my friend....are AMAZING!!
Congrats again for being an instructor at A&S. Your students will learn soooooo much!
xoxox

Leslie said...

What a wonderful bunch of classes you are offering! Lucky participants!

Mamamotherlode said...

Love the haunting quality of your work.

azirca said...

Fabulous pieces Jen!

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Hopemore Studio said...

Jen, Your class samples are amazing!! I love the doll head casting ..wow...oh how I wish I lived somewhere, anywhere near the west coast. - Angie