Names withheld for the moment – one approved this morning(below), one to be started next week (next drawing) and one still awaiting a response.
barbara heath and Blogroll and jeweller to the lost - retail range and jeweller to the lost - sculpture Australian gardens, bespoke, blogging, Brooch design, exhibition, handmade, Necklace Design, recycling, Ring Design, silver, the good things 12:35 pm
Just an advanced notice and the last June date we want you to drop into your diary. The studio is on track to finish all the makes by this Friday, then I have some time to complete all the imaging, pricing and documentation. The entire series of rings, pendants, necklaces and brooches are all featuring ‘porcelain shards’ found on and around our property in Tunbridge, Tasmania. This should not come as a surprise as Barbara has used found elements as the set “gems” in works since the mid – nineteen eighties. Buttons, beads, glass, wood, steel, other jewellery have all been recycled and incorporated but this show is purely Tasmanian based with antique relics which the earth has given up to us.
Elements from our range of high carat and unique gem stone jewellery from numerous © Bh ‘styles’ are also showing in our cabinets at Hobart and Evandale and via the Handmark web.
Other shots in this private garden and colonial collector’s home we visited . . . the sandstone sculptures are all done by the owner also
A joyous thing for your backyard tree, something hand-made by K.T.
Her JEANBAG® enterprise branched out (pun intended) this year to bunting and I was a-taken-a-back by all the bunting I happened to notice since I saw her recycled denim handy work. I was so busy towards the end of the season to go get some + we don’t do a traditional tree BUT for all those fornicating trees in the backyard, I can think of nothing better!