Posted by learntobead on January 27, 2011
Cosmic Mushroom Brooch
Ianuzzi is a french jewelry artist inspired by nature, fascinated with art nouveau, intrigued by the growth patterns of natural minerals.
Take Care of Me Pendant
She likes to experiment with electrolysis process which allows metals to grow into various organic shapes and textures.
She combines minerals, which are compounds found in living things, with vegetal elements, to create wonderfully organic shapes and forms.
On The Rock Ring
Each of her pieces are hand carved.
Magnum Opus In Crucible Earrings
Christmas in the Alps
Rooted Memories Cuff
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Posted by learntobead on January 20, 2011
VOTE FOR ME
I entered my jewelry work in a contest called ARTISTS WANTED: A YEAR IN REVIEW. There are many judging levels to the contest. One of them is a public review. The public is asked to judge and rate the collection online. If you have the opportunity, I would appreciate if you would visit the website. At the top right corner, are a five star rating system, with 5 as the highest score. Voting ends around February 8th.
Thanks — Warren
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Posted by learntobead on January 3, 2011
Beading for Children Focuses The Mind
Cherly McMahan of the Icenhower Intermediate School, Mansifield ISD, in Arlington, Texas, shared this article she recently wrote. The article was about Instructions for children’s beading projects for use in project based learning and therapy for children with autism.
I thought you would enjoy reading it.
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