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My guest this Thursday, July 19th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is jewelry designer, author, editor, and educator Christine Dhein. Christine returns to the show to share tips for working more sustainably, plus we'll talk about her new Green Jewerly Handbook and her plans for traveling to research sustainable and Fairtrade jewelry making practices around the world!
About: Christine Dhein is the assistant director and an instructor at the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, in San Francisco, where she developed the curriculum for the first “green” jewelry class, a subject about which she has taught and lectured internationally. She is the author of numerous articles about environmentally friendly studio practices for jewelers, as well as founder and editor of Green Jewelry News. She has also produced two instructional DVDs on the ancient Korean technique, Keum-boo, which include information on how to recycle gold in a small-scale jewelry studio.
Christine’s jewelry has been exhibited throughout the the US, Europe, and Australia, and is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Craft. Her work can also been seen in numerous books and magazines including many of the Lark Books 500 Jewelry S“H eries, 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse,Jewlery from Found Objects, Art Jewelry Today 2, JCK Magazine, MJSA Journal, Metalsmith, and many more.”
For more information about Christine, visit christinedhein.com or http://greenjewelrynews.com.
Sharon McRill, Owner of the Betty Brigade, will be talking with Dan Hacker, of Hacker Jewelers from Tecumseh, Michigan about understanding your jewelry.
Daniel G. Hacker is the President of Hacker Jewelers, Designers & Goldsmiths, Inc. of Tecumseh, which he operates with his wife Barbara. Dan joined the family business after graduating from the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School in 1981. He subsequently earned his M.B.A. from Eastern Michigan University and his Graduate Gemologist diploma from the Gemological Institute of America. Dan is an award-winning jewelry designer, a Master Graduate Gemologist Appraiser, member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, and formerly served on the national board of directors of the Independent Jewelers Organization.
For over twenty years Dan has travelled to Antwerp, Belgium to purchase diamonds at the World Diamond Centre. Along with diamonds, colored stones, and original designs, Hacker Jewelers specializes in estate and antique jewelry. The firm is also an industry leader in fair trade jewelry issues.
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We are around the corner from being the time of year where major life occasions happen; high school graduation, college graduation, and the big wedding season. What better time to talk about jewelry and the stories they commemorate. This week the ladies of EverydayKC talk to Jim Eskew of Eskew Fine Jerelers and ask he about the stories jewelry has told him. From rare star shped rubies to secret Vanderbilt crushes to remote emerald mines in South America, Jim shares some diamonds with us.
We bet your have a piece or two of jewelry that tells a story!
For more information on Jim visit http://eskewjewlers.com
The last show was your identity in your garments that God gives you to wear. This teaching is going deeper toward your identity in your jewelry. God also gives adorments, jewelry. You need to know the significance of these. God gives bracelets, nose ring and jewel, earrings and necklaces. God also givs His Bride the golden crown. All these are intentional for His Bride to wear. COme listen to this teaching and let the Holy Spirit open your eyes to your true identity in Christ. May you never lose sight of who you are, May you keep your garments and your jewery intact May the enemy never steal them from you, in Jesus Name!
Let's talk about jewelry! It's summer, and the heat is already rising in Texas. Summer makes me think of simple clothing that has vibrant color, but I want nothing to do with any clothing that could add to the temperature. Today we're talking about summer trends and how to dress up a simple summer look with some great jewelry.
Please join me, Jorianne The Coffee Psychic , along with my guests, spiritual Jewelers, Susan O'shea and Tracy Platt owners of "GIA, FASHIONABLE HEALING" Jewelry made in heaven... at www.blogTalkRadio.com/JorianneTheCoffeePsychic.com streamed live Wednesday May 14th, 2014 at 8:00 PM CST as we explore the healing benefits of wearing precious stones and crystals... as jewelry and the impact they have on your body
Feel free to call in with any questions or stories at 1-347-633-9404
Call 1-219-940-9292 to schedule your next appointment with Jorianne The Coffee Psychic or check me out at www.CoffeePsychic.com
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 at 3:00 PDT/ 6:00 EDT is Reba Engel, jewelry designer, metalsmith and former student of Jay Whaley!
We encourage you to participate in this live interview by logging into the chatroom or sending a message to Whaley Studio's Facebook Page.
About Reba: “Little did I know that my first jewelry project as a child, assembling broken pieces of my mother’s costume jewelry from a shoebox, would inspire a career! A high school class taught me the fundamentals of fabricating jewelry and I was hooked."
This passion for jewelry led to my first bold collection in 1999 — clearly an expression of my Bachelors in Applied Arts and a career in architectural design. These engineered pieces were cut out by my computer drawings and a water-jet system; a nontraditional metalsmithing process suggested to me by my college jewelry professor, Arline Fisch. As I construct the cast originals, I modify the technological feeling of the forms with hand applied finishes.
Over the years, my work has remained modern yet it has evolved with more fabricated designs and custom cut gemstones. My first job introduced me to the fashion industry where I spent several years and influenced my love for textiles, sewing, embroidery and hand painting fabric. From that inspiration, I developed a needlework series where I crochet chain and weave precious beads onto chain to drape like fabric as well as etch patterns onto metal in relief.
For more about Reba, visti her website and Facebook Page.
This Thursday, May 22nd at 3 p.m. PDT, we'll be going back into the MetalSmith BenchTalk archives. We'll be re-airing one of our favoite chats with jewelry and hollowware designer and maker Cynthia Eid.
About: Cynthia Eid's hammered metalwork has won awards for creativity and design, featured in many publications, and exhibited extensively. Eid's sculptural jewelry and hollowware is primarily done in Argentium Silver and formed through the creative use of hammers and/or a hydraulic press. Currently an independent metalsmith and educator, she is a Jeweler and Silversmith based in Massachusetts USA, teaching weekly classes at Metalwerx and the De Cordova Museum School, and workshops and short courses all over the USA. Previously, she has worked as a designer/maker in goldsmith galleries, and as modelmaker/supervisor in a gold jewelry factory. Cynthia earned her Master of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing and Jewellery Design from Indiana University in 1980 and has a B.S. in Art Education.
The paradox that “soft”, fluid-looking metal has evolved from flat, stiff rectangles though force, determination, and tenacity enchants me. I am entranced by the metal’s progressive transformation -- through hammering, persuasion, and struggle --- from a lifeless plane of metal toward an object of vibrancy, unity and fluidity.
Experimentation, serendipity, a sense of play, and the subconscious mind determine the forms of my work. The forms have their roots in my gardens, and my meanderings through the woods and along the water’s edge. In my work, the allusions to nature are intentionally ambiguous, to encourage interactive response and contemplation by the viewer.
For more info, visit: http://www.cynthiaeid.com.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Danielle Lenchner of Coco Lane Jewelry to Conversations LIVE to discus not just the line's popularity but what's in the works.
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