Art Jewelry Magazine offers tutorials for jewelers of all skill levels, but this issue is dedicated to beginners. My necklace is featured as an example of how entry-level techniques can be used to create a complex looking piece. I find this describes my work perfectly. In the six years I’ve made jewelry, I’ve learnt what I could with the resources I’ve had, and used my imagination as my biggest asset. As a visual artist, I’ve approached my jewelry as I would a drawing or a sculpture, focusing on the character of a piece, on its energy and its soul. I never intended to become a technical expert, I only wanted to make pieces that felt alive and mattered to someone.
It is filled with amazing step-by-step tutorials
(including how to make the Crescent necklace on the cover)
and in-depth product reviews for jewelers.