Combining unusual or surprising materials, such as salvaged laboratory equipment, recycled electronic components, re-purposed watch parts, and other mechanical gadgets with more conventional jewelry components and textile materials, Liz shows us that technology is beautiful. When not making wearable art, she works as an engineer designing scientific equipment.
Why are handmade crafts important to you? Joanna – “I love handmade because each item will be different and unique. Often, I can work with the artist to personalize the item to fit my exact needs. Also, it’s usually created by someone with a passion and love for what they’re doing.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!
Margo is a lover of peanut butter and jelly with a cat named Wednesday. In her featured interview she sweetly thanked us for the opportunity to show her work. All we can say is that you’re very, very welcome and we didn’t do anything – you did all the hard stuff!
Who knew chemical engineering could be so aesthetically pleasing?! Our featured crafter today is a self-proclaimed “pyro princess” that draws her inspiration from nature.
Elegant and Classy? Definitely. Simple? Definitely not. Today’s featured crafter shows off the beads her dreams are made of, literally. During the interview process, Larissa told us that the jewlery designs actually haunt her until she sits down to make them! If only we could all be so lucky to be haunted by such beautiful, inspiring, hand made art…
Brittany McBride Random Facts About You? I am the only person I know who actually understands and likes LOST. I will be truly upset later this month when the show ends. I believe in extraterrestrials. I hope to meet one before i die. I plan on winning the lottery at some point in the near future. And when I am… View Post