New artwork uploaded.... Bronze bracelet w/texture. Probably my favorite and most creative bracelet. All others with texture are gone, however, I tend to "hoard" my favorites. Sized to fit an average size wrist. In general, metal can be manipulated to make bracelet smaller but not larger. As this is now for sale, feel...
New artwork uploaded. One of my two favorite necklaces. I tend to "hoard" my favorites and not put them out for sale. Alas, time to part with this. Can see, try on, accept, decline or think about it. ... Free Form Copper and Bronze Necklace...
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I tested this with a sample image. It worked without any trouble. Could you kindly send the file you are trying to upload to email@example.com ? May be some file format issue. We will look into it.
Thanks--I reloaded one image in higher resolution, after I had uploaded some others. Now I cannot figure out how to delete the first two low res images(?) On a second note, the copyright info appears in a bad spot on a couple of my images. I'm sure this is a boilerplate thing, but I recommend lowering this mark as it would be common to have important content in this particular spot. Thanks!
Thank you too! Smallest side of image should be > 400 px. In terms of file size in bytes, an image file size should not be more than 50MB. However since higher resolution digital files allow larger print sizes, artists and photographers are advised to upload the highest resolution images they have. For good digital prints, smallest side of image should be > 1500 px.
I am presently a PT metalsmith and a FT university professor (Psychology) at FSU. I began metalworking with Doug Salmon at Penn Alps seven years ago. Today, I have a full home studio which has managed to occupy the entire lower lever of our house. I make metal jewelry out of bronze, copper and silver, and move in the direction of metal sculpture when a training opportunity is present. As a psychologist, I believe our art work is a reflection of our internal world. My works (unconsciously) always seem to depict a sense of movement, living, and flowing elements such as water or the sea. I also envision works reflecting mist, dew drops and rain.
Because I tend to work in base metals in addition to silver, this enables me to create large dramatic items such as necklaces, which could never be made entirely in precious metals and sold to the average person. Although many people gravitate toward diminutive jewelry, I like for my major items to be the first thing a person notices about a woman when she enters a room. I hope the wearer experiences the same tactile and sensory sense of pleasure I do when I wear or touch one of my items.