Monthly Archives:: July 2012

Pink Pin Process (part 3)

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The resulting pin was constructed with a solid piece of transparent pink enamel fired over fine silver and the pierced, textured and oxidized piece floating on top.  I attached it simply in three places with 14K gold pins that are hidden on the back side under a hand pierced silver plate that holds the pin… Read more »

Pink Pin Process (part 2)

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I hand drew the lines with a sharpie directly onto the sheet silver and pierced out the negative space. Lots of silver dust and patience, but I do love to saw!

Pink Pin Process (part 1)

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I had been thinking about ways to combine my pierced line studies with my enamel line work and was struggling with keeping my transparent pink enamel pink through multiple firings, something all enamelists can relate to. I believe that sometimes a very simple idea translates the most strongly, so I tried to keep the pierced… Read more »

Cherry Creek Arts Festival

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Cherry Creek Arts Festival Jewelry designer Christy Klug, showing  in the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, is highlighted by the Denver Post. Click here to see the article.