I am so grateful to NH Chronicle for the feature on my jewelry! It was a great opportunity to show the process that I go through when creating the spinning necklaces. If you did not get a chance to watch it, I have linked it below:
It is extremely satisfying to disassemble cameras bit by bit. Each camera is a little puzzle, a challenge, frustrating, and rewarding. Sometimes I remove a large part to find a plethora of delicate little pieces behind it. I have some photos below showing how different each camera is and how beautiful the parts are.
I had so much fun at Hollis Old Homes Days! I have some pictures of my display in the beautiful Lawrence Barn! I am grateful to KC from Wild Little Arts Shop for organizing this part of the event!
I will have a booth at the Monadnock Region Earth Festival this year! This free public event takes place on April 23, 2016, Noon – 4 p.m. outdoors — next to the Co-op — and along the bike path, leading to the Railroad Square Park in Keene, NH. There will be Focal Jewelry for sale, and a look the process that goes into making each piece. For more information about the event check out the Facebook page: Monadnock Region Earth Festival
I am very excited that my Jewelry was featured in the February 11th, 2016 edition of Elf Magazine. To read the full article please follow the link below:
I have taken many cameras apart this past year and I wanted to share what the cameras look like when disassembled. I picked four different brands of film cameras; Cannon, Nikon, Minolta, and Olympus. I love how each camera's function is the same but the components that accomplish the task are so unique.