Title Quote: Wordsworth
“Beauty is a major component that I strive for in my artwork. I
design with elements considered universally pleasing to the eye by
employing features found in nature, specifically botanicals. The
shapes, forms and colors of flowers transfer well into jewelry and art.
Some of the jewelry pieces I create are stylized representations of
botanicals made of sterling silver. Others are composed of actual
petals and blooms. The real petals and blooms are dried, coated in
beeswax and often combined with silver. Even with a coating of wax they
are still quite fragile. The fragility of these pieces is a commentary
on the delicate and fleeting nature of life. The manner of these works
forces the wearer to take care not to do damage. It is my hope that
people will see my work and take it (even on a subconscious level) as a
reminder of life’s brevity and preciousness.” -C. G.
Title Quote: Theodore Roethke
“Chung-Tang Ho created a bookshelf that changes shape during use, a solid volume that opens up when books are stored in it. The volume of the moved space becomes literally visible through the beams of wood sticking out. This way the volume of the cabinet could be doubled.”
title quote: Edna St. Vincent Millay
“What would one color be without 499 others?
Introducing 500 Colored Pencils: the only set in the world that matches the span and wonder of human creativity.
Express whatever you dream, with beautiful visual precision.
Each pencil is its own story. A unique hue with an inventive name to inspire the far corners of your creativity.
Together, the colors suggest infinite possibilities.” -Social Designer
Title Quote: Vincent Van Gogh