This line includes pressed leaves. Most often, these leaves are collected and pressed in the very first days of Spring, which accounts for their small size.
Wired wonders is the collective for jewelry from simple dangle earrings to intricate filigree pieces.
The freebird line gives the impression of birds or other images embedded into metal.
The bookworm line uses chosen words mixed and matched from pages of old books. Currently, these earrings and pendants contain words from a 1921 Story Hour Readings book.
Songbird sings sweet lyrics and notes from 1923 hymnal. Occasionally hopeful, occasionally defeatist, each piece is absolutely unique and cannot be replicated.
metalledwith is jewelry inspired by nature and crafted by hand. The ideas are original, wearable art. Whether a piece is a pressed leaf, captured forever; notes from an old hymnal; or an avian image, each piece is unique.
- Sometimes people send me four leaf clovers they have picked. It always makes me smile. fb.me/1ADj4CFZb 7 hours ago
- Okay, this is not about art, but it is worth knowing. Tonight at the Hershey Library, come learn tips on… fb.me/6QcqJIH7r 8 hours ago
- Harvest Fest until 5. Good people here and a petting zoo, too! fb.me/3yCGVUS6Q 1 day ago
- In just over an hour, I’m going to teach people how to work with fire. It’s a good thing my studio is a block building. Here we go! 2 days ago
- We will be there! Need to talk about a custom holiday order? Here’s a good chance to get some face time–the best… fb.me/2Vlwu5MDg 4 days ago
|09/25/2014||Basics for the Home Studio|
|08/23/2014||Workshop: Working with Fire|
|08/21/2014||Heart of Lancaster (Labor Day Weekend)|