Thursday, December 25, 2008
I don't know if "blissful" was the right word to describe the show, but it certainly was interesting. It was just two days after the lights went out across most of northern New England. Despite frigid temperatures (in the low 20s) and many area residents still lacking electricity, the craft show did go on and it was an enjoyable day.
My husband came along to help me out, and many of our favorite musicians from Portland played live music throughout the day. The show took place in one of the old mill buildings by the river in Biddeford and the space was incredible.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Also, during the month of December you can purchase my jewelry at ellO Gallery in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire! They exclusively carry locally-handmade goods in a very cool environment. I am excited to have my creations displayed there. Be sure to check it out if you are in the area.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Thanks to everyone who helped make my first show a big success! I did really well and sold lots of jewelry last weekend. I especially enjoyed meeting lots of new people and telling them all about my jewelry...can't wait to do it again soon!
A special thanks goes out to Michele of Ripple Design who traded necklaces with me! Her airstream pendants and holiday ornaments are really cool...check 'em out.
Thank you also to Patrick, Charlotte, Deb, Holly, Rocky, Maureen, Charlie and Pat for visiting and showing your support (and lending me tables and chairs!).
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I often find that I become more interested in places and objects when I learn about their origins. Discovering the history of a location or the way something is made can add a new layer of interest. This is the philosophy behind my blog.
I hope you will enjoy seeing my workspace and how the jewelry I create makes its way from a concept or a sketch to wearable art. Thanks for joining me in the loft. I welcome your feedback!