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Wearable artists are listed in this section. Be sure to check out the Detroit Fine Art Breakfast Club, the Detroit Art Teachers Association and the Mint Teen Artists Guilds pages to see many many more fabulous artists.
Posh and Stone handcrafts jewelry, using semi precious gemstones and precious and base metals. Wire wrapping, wire manipulation, hand forging metals, and beading are some integral techniques used.
I design and sew garments, accessories, and home decor with hand woven, naturally dyed Indigo and Mudcloth textiles from West Africa including tunics, ponchos, scarves, throws, and pillow covers.
I use revived objects to create wearable stories - pieces which as Victorian era pulley statement necklaces, antique monocles on hand-knotted silk pearl stands.
UsingPreciousMetalClay(PMC)fine silver, bronze/copper to create unique jewelry.I carve, stamp and apply it over organic pods/leaves. It's fired in a kiln to 1650F leaving pure silver or other metal.
While I use a variety of materials of denim in each project my methodology is consistent. The end result, new and unpredictable visual art, resulting in one of a kind unique pieces.
I make brass and silver jewelry from sheet and wire, designed so only silver is in contact with skin. Pieces are made using a hydraulic press, hand-cut pancake dies and a rolling mill, then soldered.
I create using textures, color and patterns in rubber and unexpected combinations of beads, polymer and hardware store finds. Surprise of the mixes is a goal.
Sterling Silver hand cut polished stones, fresh water pearls combined using lost wax casting/fabrication to create artistic wearer friendly jewelry. handmade ear wires and chains
My jewelry begins with water-casting, which involves dropping molten silver into water.
These water-cast components are then micro-welded into larger configurations.
All my jewelry is made from polymer clay, stoneware clay, or porcelain. I paint my stoneware clay with underglaze and glaze with clear; I paint the polymer clay with acrylics and resin over.
I combine paint, papers, ink, wax resist, linocut printing, colored pencils and canvas. My aim is to combine these various materials to express life in its untamed tangle of exuberant growth.
My jewelry making process utilizes and combines traditional techniques like wax carving, soldering, welding, crafting, wire wrapping, gem setting, polishing, CAD jewelry design & laser cutting.
Mainly sterling silver handcrafted/fabricated, jewelry-utilizing traditional smithing tools. In addition to the aforementioned methods, there is fusing, textured steel plates and casting used as well.
Functional leather work incorporating wood, stone,ceramics. Held together with thread, glue and nails all my techniques are self taught from a life time with tools in my hands