My Favorite Tool for Jewelry – Cindy Cima Edwards

Why round nose pliers are Cindy’s go-to jewelry tool–tiny round loops, large round loops and great connections.

Cindy’s blog is Live to Design!

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Katalina’s Fearless Jewelry

Susan Lenart KazmerKATHY THOMPSON

Website: Katalina Jewelry

Blog

Medium: wire and metal clay jewelry / and recently mixed media jewelry.

Susan Lenart Kazmer

Crown Jewels

 

Q: If you could learn to create art
in any medium you have not tried (or have not mastered), what would it be?

A: I would love to try photography. There are so many emotions to be captured and stories to be told with a camera.

Susan Lenart KazmerQ: What artist you would like to study with (living or dead) and why?

A: Leonardo Di Vinci. He was talented beyond belief and his imagination and creativity was pure genius. A chance to work alongside him and observe how he was able to transfer his ideas onto a canvas or to a block of marble or even into a marvelous piece of architecture would be an invaluable lesson.

Q: What key piece of advice have you
learned in your creative journey that you share with others?

A: My favorite jewelry designs are those that are unique and display creativity. My advice would be to try and expand your vision of creativity and to think outside the box. Use your imagination when you look at a product, technique or object; can it be used in a new and unusual way? Be fearless and just let yourself go…you may like the place you end up!

Q: What adornment could you not go
without?

A: My watch.

Q: What 5 items do you have in your
studio that you use nearly every day?

Pliers

Ball peen hammer

Bench block

Micro Torch

Magnifying lamp

 

 

Debbie Tlach Makes Art Her Priority

Susan Lenart KazmerDebbie Tlach

Blog: Artist Girl’s Muse

Mediums: Watercolor, Acrylics, Polymer Clay, Pencils, Colored Pencils, Airbrushing, Resin (just recently)… honestly, too many to list.

Books: Clay Techniques to Dye For, No-Bake Air Dry Clay, Ink Essentials

Facebook URL: http://www.facebook.com/debbie.tlach

Twitter Name:  artistgirlsmuse

Susan Lenart Kazmer

Drop Necklace

Q: If you could learn to create art in any medium you have not tried (or have
not mastered), what would it be?

A: Hot glass. The work of Dale Chihuly is mesmerizing.

Q: What artist you would like to study with (living or dead) and why?

A: Van Gogh. The pure pleasure I experience from looking at his paintings is amazing.   I love the energy & vibrant colors.

Q:  What key piece of advice have you
learned in your creative journey that you share with others?

A: Make your art a priority, give yourself time & space. Express your authentic self.

Q: What adornment could you not go without?

A: The metal clay heart charm I made. It has the Chinese character love stamped into it.

ICE Resin

Viridian Heart 2

Q: What 5 items do you have in your studio that you use nearly every day?

A:        Paint brush, Pliers, Pin vise, Ice Resin®, and Archival Ink®

 Susan Leanrt Kazmer

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