I feel whole again now that I am back in my studio. I am blessed to start the year in a new space, the biggest room in our apartment. This was my gift for the New Year. It is filled with light, and fits everything I need: a desk for my computer; a couch to read on with all my books in sight; a large work bench to cut, solder and forge; and a long furniture to study the pieces I am currently working on.
A powerful portrait of me, painted by Pedro Bonnín when I was twenty years old, hangs in a corner. The colorful paintings are by Lucas and Aureliano Lorenzo.
Inspired by my friend Esther, I decided to place objects I have been collecting in an old letterpress drawer I found at the Lagunilla, my favorite flea market in Mexico City, and hang it on my studio wall.
My logo carved in wood, a rudraksha mala from India, and a thrifted painting.
Sterling silver amulets, my first jewelry pieces of the year.
Each amulet necklace has powerful blue fluorite or green peridot stones from Afghanistan.
You can find these pieces for sale here.
I am Jennifer Musi, the jewelry artist behind MUSIBATTY, and this is my blog archive.
Here you can find posts from December 2013, to May, 2016.
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