3am found me redesigning jewelry in my head to the point that I got up and went to the the sofa to read my mindless novel. I have written earlier about revamping my entire approach and it's starting to come together bit by bit, but continues to be overwhelming. A new page is entered on the website, another is deleted; a new earring is made and I realize it is a completely different look and feel to my work.
What does a LINE of jewelry look like? After so many years of building piece by piece it is interesting to develop something that looks and feels cohesive. A unit that incorporates and theme throughout. I finally feel like some of the missing parts are coming together in my mind's eye - which is probably why I'm waking up in the middle of the night.
Until it all comes together it's a lot of coffee and a little less sleep. But I' excited to feel the 'click' that happens when it all becomes clear. Until the click - it is all a mystery to you and to me!
I started my journey into jewelry making in 2005 while I was working in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, an area inundated with amazing artisans. I started with glass, which led to silver, which led to inlay, which led to joy.