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Lapidary Journal Jewelry ArtistLapidary Journal Jewelry Artist

Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist

May/June 2019

In every issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist you’ll get hands-on expertise, illustrated demos, and projects loaded with valuable tips and design ideas to inspire your own metal jewelry designs. Plus our experts answer all your technical questions, and you’ll learn the pros’ favorite tools and how to use them.

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THE DRAGON? You’d recognize that no problem. But if you ever did manage, it might take you a while to pick out the plucky guitar-related shape of Roger Halas’s Dragon Pick pendant (page 44). All scenarios would be fine. The best references are those people either get, or never know they’ve missed. They’re ideas that work on multiple levels.The stamp Roger created and used for the dragon impression is just what we all think a dragon looks like — or at least could look like, given that this is an imaginary creature none of us has ever seen in the flesh. That’s a good design motif: it’s clearly meant to represent something, and everyone will know what that is.The outline of the pendant is a tracing of a real guitar…

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lapidary journal jewelry artist

EDITORIALEDITORIAL DIRECTOR Tamara HonomanEDITOR-IN-CHIEF MerleWhiteMANAGING EDITOR Karla A. RosenbuschCONTRIBUTING EDITORS Tom & Kay Benham, Lexi Erickson, Sharon Elaine ThompsonMARKETING & ADVERTISINGADVERTISING MANAGER Marilyn Koponen, ph. 877-613-4613CLASSIFIED ADS Stephanie Griess, ph. 877-613-4630AD TRAFFICKER Cari UllomMARKETING MANAGER, ECOMMERCE Hollie GoodmanCREATIVE SERVICESSENIOR DESIGNER Connie PoolePRODUCTION DESIGNER Mark DobrothPHOTOGRAPHY JamesLawsonBUSINESSDIRECTOR OF CONTENT, CRAFT Tiffany WarbleGROUP ART DIRECTOR, CRAFT Emily SimpsonDIRECTOR OF MEDIA SALES Julie MacdonaldF+W, A Content + eCommerce CompanyCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gregory J. OsbergSVP, GENERAL MANAGER, F+W CRAFT GROUP AND BOOKS David PyleMANAGING DIRECTOR, F+W INTERNATIONAL James WoollamVP, CONSUMER MARKETING John PhelanVP, DIGITAL Jason RevzonVP, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Pat FitzgeraldNEWSSTAND SALES Scott T. Hill, scott.hill@procirc.com…

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design challenges

Your Design RiffsDesigns based on projects and jewelry shown previous issues of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist.Based on Eva Sherman’s Fused Silver Bracelet, July 2017Lyn Stoll Lubbock, TexasLyn Stoll Lubbock, TexasBased on Kieu Pham Gray’s Sparkling Cluster Pendant, September/October 2018Merle Summers Missoula, MontanaBased on Kieu Pham Gray’s Turquoise Surprise Necklace, November/December 2018Rima Kent-Steiber Reno, NevadaMerle Summers Missoula, MontanaBased on Jeff Fulkerson’s From Miner to Maker Ring, November/December 2018Laurie Kelsey Brick, New JerseyYour SettingsFor a 6.5ct synthetic ruby, cut by Jim Perkins, January/February 2019Merle Summers Missoula, MontanaMerle Summers Missoula, MontanaFor a Botswana agate cabochon, November/December 2018…

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letters

Re: “Steel Into a New Metal,” January/February 2019I just finished reading “Steel Into a New Metal,” by Bette Barnett in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, January/February 2019. I decided I would send images of my Stainless Steel Foldforming necklaces which I have been making for the past 5 months or so. I originally used copper. However, after reading Charles Lewton-Brain’s Foldforming book, I decided to use stainless steel as my medium. At the time, I had not seen anyone using stainless and decided to try it. I like the way the oxidation works with the shiny side of the steel.Patrick PurcellState College, Pennsylvania…

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Roger Halas’s Pendant in “Dragon Pick”Sarah Wilbanks’s Earrings in “Starlight Lanterns”Peggy Haupt’s Pendant in “Humming Along”Riff on the design of any of these or other pieces within this issue, using a design feature such as color, texture, form, value, line, space, repetition, balance, contrast, unity, or variety for your sketch. Please indicate which piece your entry is based on.Sketch a setting for this topaz, designed and cut by Jim Perkins. From “Texas Star,” page 52.DEADLINES: JUNE 30, 2019Email digital scans at 300 DPI or send photocopies of no more than three sketches per challenge, indicating the design factor that is your starting point. Sketches will not be returned.WRITE TO US ANYTIME: What do you think about what you’ve seen and read in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist? SEND SKETCHES & LETTERS…

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their turn

Peggy Haupt’sConeflower PendantCloisonné enamel, sterling silver→ “HUMMING ALONG,” p.64(PHOTO: JIM LAWSON)(PHOTO: COURTESY SARAH WILBANKS)Sarah Wilbanks’sNecklacePolymer clay, Argentium sterling silver→ “IMAGINE AND REIMAGINE,” p.22→ “STARLIGHT LANTERNS,” p.28Kylie Jones’sChain Maille Diamonds NecklaceAgate, jump rings→ “CELEBRATE BLUE,” p.56(PHOTO: KYLIE JONES)(PHOTO: COURTESY JUDITH KINGHORN)Judith Kinghorn’sArum Seeds Pin PendantSterling silver, 24K gold→ “DIY RETAIL,” p.74(PHOTO: COURTESY BARTHOLOMEW JEWELERS)Laurie Bartholomew’sBraceletSterling silver, lemon quartz→ “THE NEW MOM AND POP,” p.80(PHOTO: COURTESY REBECCA MYERS)Rebecca Myers’sRingsGold, oxidized sterling silver, diamonds, opal→ “DIY RETAIL,” p.74Roger Halas’sCitron Chimera CuffCitron, bloodstone, peridot, Argentium sterling silver→ “DRAGON PICK,” p. 44(PHOTO: JIM LAWSON)Become an LJJA Contributor!Contributors’ guidelines for print or online publication can be found at www.interweave.com/jewelry…

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