Narcise has you covered for the holidays!
From lovingly hand-carved amulets of exotic wood to simple, elegant, and deceptively lightweight sterling silver earrings and those big, bold, boho copper cuffs you know and love – you’ve got this holiday season in the bag!
Venice Cafe Happy Hourtesanias
12/6, 12/13, 12/20
1903 Pestalozzi St
Red Letter Holiday Party
Alexi Era Gallery
1426 Washington Ave
Cherokee Print League Holiday Sale
2831 Cherokee St
Here’s a tiny sneak peek at the newest series of cuffs that Narcise is busy dreaming into existence! stay tuned in the next day or two for availability information!
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the cuffs I’m working on for Strangefolk! Lots of filing and polishing and these beauties will be ready to go!
Working on a new, highly layered series of etched, fold-formed and richly patina’d anticlastic cuffs. Go get one at my shop!
So, the wood turning continues. I wouldn’t say “obsessively”, but, you know…my fella and my dog might beg to differ with that evaluation. In any case, let’s just say that I’ve been putting in a lot more time at the lathe than at the torch lately.The thing is, though, I make jewelry because i LOVE jewelry. I make jewelry that I want to wear and I want to wear wood. It feels right. It absorbs and grounds my own energy and makes me feel connected to the world in a way that nothing else does. Saturday I was playing around with small scraps from other projects that hadn’t quite produced the intended results. I turned up these three little amulets and have been wearing and fondling them obsessively since. They’re suspended on 30″ sterling silver chains and will soon be available in the etsy shop! Stay tuned!
It’s been ages since I spent time in the workshop with my hands on anything other than jewelry-until a few weeks ago, that is. Lately I’ve been spending lots of time playing with my lathe at home and studying with Bernhard Voss at Craft Alliance and these are some of the little turnings that have been occupying my time (and my mind). Keep an eye out for a post about summer shows in the next week or two. I suspect a few of my little wooden vessels just might make an appearance at a few of them…