Linda Peterson shows you how to create gorgeous jewellery using items commonly found in your home, such as nuts and bolts, watch parts, beads and old keys.
Author: Linda Peterson
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Craft your way to a steampunk look with these 35 stunning metalwork designs for necklaces, rings, bangles, earrings and more. Linda Peterson shows you how to create gorgeous jewellery using items commonly found in your home, such as nuts and bolts, watch parts, beads and old keys. Each project has clear step-by-step photography, and there's a comprehensive techniques section and tips to teach you all you need to know about working with metal. You'll learn the basics of metalwork, using brass, copper and silver, as well as how to add finishes, such as polishing and adding a patina to give an aged effect. You'll never need to buy jewellery again!
The jewelry designs in Simple Metalwork Jewelry are the copyrighted property of
the author, and they may not be taught or sold without permission. Please use
them for your education and personal enjoyment only. Please follow appropriate
Author: Judy Freyer Thompson
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
This is the go-to book for beginners interested in learning cold connections metalworking. Book contains 25+ cool jewelry projects for newcomers to metalwork who will learn cutting, piercing, riveting, sawing, finishing, and dapping techniques. Make earrings, necklaces, pendants, bangles, bracelets, brooches, and rings, all in very wearable designs. The projects are created using cold connections — no torch or soldering necessary. Author Judy Freyer-Thompson is an accomplished author and designer. She teaches you in a friendly style that makes learning easy and fun.
Traces the roots of the Arts and Crafts style of jewelry and metalwork from the late nineteenth century to the present, highlighting key movements, styles, and techniques that have been popular through the years.
Author: Elyse Zorn Karlin
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
The best study of Arts & Crafts-style jewelry and metalwork to date. Hundreds of beautiful pieces of jewelry are illustrated, their history, characteristics, materials, motifs, influences, and makers' marks are traced. Biographical sketches are provided for the most influential British designers/jewelers/metalworkers.
Copper is an affordable option for metalwork, and with the techniques in this book, you can add endless colorful designs to your necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches.
Author: Roxan O'Brien
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
At last, an easy way to add gorgeous color to your metalwork without the use of a kiln! Armed with colored pencils and a few simple techniques, you can have the beautiful look of enameled jewelry in much less time. Copper is an affordable option for metalwork, and with the techniques in this book, you can add endless colorful designs to your necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches. By following the illustrated instructions, you will be able to draw and color any design you like onto your jewelry with just a few easy-to-find tools. Give coloring a try on the 10 included projects, or branch out with your own ideas. Once you have mastered the basics, you will have opened a whole new realm of creative options for your jewelry designs.
This book depicts the metal works of Junko Mori and Jacqueline Ryan. Both use metal in their art; however, Mori creates sculptures whereas Ryan focuses on jewelry.
Author: Adam Naylor
This book depicts the metal works of Junko Mori and Jacqueline Ryan. Both use metal in their art; however, Mori creates sculptures whereas Ryan focuses on jewelry. Their works were exhibited together at a show held at Blackwell, the Arts and Craft House, located in the United Kingdom.
Attended the Professor of Metalwork / Jewelry / 3 - Dimensional Akademie der
bildenden Künste , Vienna , Design in the Dept. of Creative Arts at Purdue before
joining the Wiener Werkstätte ( 1915 ) ; University , West Lafayette , Indiana ...
Author: Barbara Cartlidge
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
" ... the art and history of jewelry from the turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau to the International Style of the Eighties. Cartlidge has selected premier examples of jewelry created by over 200 artists and artisans, from Lalique and Fouquet to de Patta and Fisch, to best reflect the customs, sociopolitical structure, and traditions of several generations. Included are detailed descriptions of each of the pieces, along with their aesthetic and historical significance. The volume concludes with a brief section of artists' biographies."--LJ.
For the lampworkers and beaders who want to expandtheir skills in metalworking to incorporate their beads intomore substantial pieces of jewelry.This book will try to fill the gap between working with wireand using metal sheet.The book ...
Author: Gisela Kati Andara
For the lampworkers and beaders who want to expandtheir skills in metalworking to incorporate their beads intomore substantial pieces of jewelry.This book will try to fill the gap between working with wireand using metal sheet.The book covers projects from beginner to intermediateskills, with the bulk of the projects focused on beginnerartists.Earrings are small pieces of jewelry perfectly suited to trynew techniques and skills.This small format will let you try many different ways toshape and texture metal without the worry of incurring inexpensive errors.
Museums , including The Brooklyn Museum and The Detroit Institute of Arts ,
began playing major roles in supporting metalwork and jewelry after World War II
. By the late 1940s , jewelry had already been the subject of major exhibitions .
Author: Davira Spiro Taragin
Stunning colorplates of glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, metal masterpieces; incomparable resource material.
Extensive research sheds new light on the life and art of William Spratling, Margot van Voorhies, Fred Davis, and Hubert Harmon, and artisans who worked for them, making this book the definitive study of Mexican silver jewelry and ...
Author: Penny C. Morrill
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
The powerful story of the silver renaissance in Mexico from the 1920s to the present. Over 400 color photos showcase jewelry, tableware and art works in silver. Extensive research sheds new light on the life and art of William Spratling, Margot van Voorhies, Fred Davis, and Hubert Harmon, and artisans who worked for them, making this book the definitive study of Mexican silver jewelry and decorative objects. The newly updated price guide is helpful in today's market.
This book gathers for the first time the story of Marie Zimmermann's life and work and puts a spotlight on one of the most singular makers of metalwork active in early 20th century America.
Author: Deborah Dependahl Waters
Publisher: Yale University Press
A pioneering study of one of the most remarkable makers of jewelry and metalwork in early-20th-century America
Pueblo jewelry made from adobe brick and stone and usually center around a
ceremonial plaza . ... Two specific western groups , the Hopi and Zuni , are
particularly noted for their prolific stone and metalwork jewelry creation ( see
Author: Paula A. Baxter
Offers 350 cross-referenced entries to explore the people, techniques, design motifs, materials, and forms of Native American jewelry-making from the first contact with Europeans to the present.