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Showing posts from March, 2014

Motivation Monday - too many people undervalue what they are, and overvalue what they're not

March teaching - part 2!

March has been a hectic (and fun!) teaching month. I taught metal clay stone setting at the Mary Ward Centre and the students made some lovely pieces

Motivation Monday - a flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms

Saul Bell finalists in metal clay 2014

The Saul Bell award finalists for 2014 for metal clay have been announced. As usual all the entries are stunning. I was fortunate to attend a masterclass with one finalist, Anna Mazon.
I'm not sure how the judges will choose between these!

Motivation Monday - once you've accepted your flaws no one can use them against you

March teaching - part 1!

It's been a really busy teaching month for me. It goes like that. The college I work at is closed for most of April so I have to make hay while the sun shines! Here are some pieces made by students on the intermediate beading class at the Mary Ward Centre. They're really enjoying the class and will be back next term for chainmaille and beading.

Motivation Monday - I'd rather be someone's shot of whiskey than everyone's cup of tea

Candy colours!

I am working in the We Make LondonCamden Lock market pop up shop today. The designers take turns to work in the shop. Today I was working with Samantha Morris who designs prints and homewares. We were playing around with our stock and she took this photo of some of my sweetie jewellery and one of her prints. It's got a bit of a candy coloured vibe!

Motivation Monday - less thinking more doing!

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