its a beautiful sunny fall day and we’re headed to the park, but i wanted to get this new piece of custom jewelry inspired by my LifeChain project published here because Sue just received on Friday after Thanksgiving and loves it! its a great illustration of new ways to think about old jewelry. i’d already [...]
finally getting a chance to finish writing out this *great* idea, one inspired by my first custom LifeChain client and brought to you by the price of gold these days. as we were talking about her individual life chain links and materials and watching the LifeChain videos together (on the phone and online…now neatly republished [...]
John is finally back to editing the rest of this series about my LifeChain custom jewelry project from this past summer in San Diego, just in time to help me illustrate that round of new inspiration from one of my fabulous clients I mentioned yesterday– check it out, and check in again this weekend to [...]
Okay here is the fifth video of the LifeChain series, John just published it this morning. I’m working in the jewelry studio with fire and hammer and a little attitude encouragement form my son Hunter, who appears at the beginning briefly in “the work zone”!
This post was an example John used in his Online Business class today; and he actually put up one of the videos already published (rather than “my next LifeChain video”) because the next one still isn’t fully edited. Guess what he’s doing tonight?
Here’s part three of the LifeChain video project, where I’m firing some gold scrap down into a new ingot for rolling out in to a link. Check it out! I’m going to debut the LifeChain at NoLi Notte thid Friday July 10 at Coalesce Gallery in Little Italy.If you’re on Facebook, check out the opening [...]
more detail about the LifeChain custom jewelry concept: the materials, sources, & the link of the chain I’m forging that represents my bout with colon cancer three years ago.
The first of a series of videos we are making in the studio as I develop my LifeChain concept for the “Little and Large” show.