Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A Crush on Copper - Love me Knot


Skype has been busy lately because Deb Batten, Firebird Flamework on Etsy and Sew Much to Do and Meltin' Glass Too, and I have been busy chatting and talking about artistic growth. Out of these conversations has come a series of challenges that we plan to explore to help each of us develop creatively and nurture the artistic nature of our souls.

We will, probably, post these challenges about once a month on our blogs. We expect that, on occasion, life will most likely interfere, but we are going to give this opportunity for growth a real try.

There are several things we plan to do, but one of the most important ones is to work outside of the medium with which we are most comfortable--glass. We will bring glass in at some point, but for the most part, we want to challenge ourselves to develop our skills and creative ideas in other areas. We also hope to do more than make jewelry as we express our creative ideas .

This month, November, we will be working with copper since we both have "A Crush on Copper." We decided that our task will be to make something with copper wire and copper shapes. The main component with our copper wire will be the "Love Knot." We will also include with our non jewelry creation copper shapes. This should be fun! Look for the reveal on November 24th in our blogs! My brain is straining right now, so I'm off to think. See you later.
Oh, be sure to check out Deb's blog for her side of the story. Remember, this is not a competition (;-). It's a reason for artistic growth.

5 comments:

Studio Marcy - Marcy Lamberson said...

what a great idea. I think that would make a nice bail too.

Deb said...

Yeehaaa - let the show begin!
(But no comments about it not being over until fat ladies sing - '├žos that just ain't going to happen!!!

Nicki said...

sounds cool - I will be there on nov 24th. and guess what - I just worked a bit more on my store. So if you still care.... sorry for being so late and thanks for being so kind in helping me - maybe I will make my first sale one day :)

Andrea Guarino-Slemmons said...

this is way cool!

angelinabeadalina said...

You and Deb make an awesome creative collective via the 'net, Mallory. Can you imagine what the two of you would do if you lived next door to each other?