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So much preasures to be with the one in love. Although everybody is unique and different from others, we all need this: to sit on the same tree brunch, hand in hand, resting in an ocean of tenderness. silver & cloisonne

So much preasures to be with the one in love. Although everybody is unique and different from others, we all need this: to sit on the same tree brunch, hand in hand, resting in an ocean of tenderness. silver & cloisonne

Portfolio of  GRETCHEN GOSS -USA | Work | Objects  "Since an introduction to enameling in undergraduate school my focus has been on the medium of enamel (ground glass) fused to copper."

Portfolio of GRETCHEN GOSS -USA | Work | Objects "Since an introduction to enameling in undergraduate school my focus has been on the medium of enamel (ground glass) fused to copper."

Over the last few years I have undertaken research into mark making in enamel using non-traditional techniques. In the ‘winter’ jewellery series enamel is layered over an etched metal surface, fired, and then abraded away in a process that re-exposes marks that have been previously hidden and also gives the enamel surface an ambiguous pebble-like surface. Jessica Turrell.

Over the last few years I have undertaken research into mark making in enamel using non-traditional techniques. In the ‘winter’ jewellery series enamel is layered over an etched metal surface, fired, and then abraded away in a process that re-exposes marks that have been previously hidden and also gives the enamel surface an ambiguous pebble-like surface. Jessica Turrell.

Fire and Air | Artists of the Week 29 In the photo: KEIKO KUME-JP  "Kume began creating in metal in an effort to represent what she calls “the complicated and delicate system/mechanism that all living things have and that we cannot easily see.” Working on a very small scale, Kume wants people to feel each unique piece is a tiny treasure to hold in the palm of the hand and keep close to the heart.

Fire and Air | Artists of the Week 29 In the photo: KEIKO KUME-JP "Kume began creating in metal in an effort to represent what she calls “the complicated and delicate system/mechanism that all living things have and that we cannot easily see.” Working on a very small scale, Kume wants people to feel each unique piece is a tiny treasure to hold in the palm of the hand and keep close to the heart.

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