jewelry

Jane St Claire of Prairie Salvage Arts

Bio:

I am a retired nurse. Dawning my working era I focused on the arts of poetry + photography and I took classes at The Hoft and film in the cities in St Paul. I have lived in the Corcoran neighborhood for 30 years and have been active in the neighborhood organization much of the time. Since retiring I have focused on creating jewelry, art boxes and acrylic painting I am very excited about being involved with C.O.P.A and the June 16,2018 JuneBug Art Crawl.   

Categories:

  • Eclectic
  • Jewelry
  • Boxes
  • Aeaylie paintings and collages
  • Natural world & the political
  • Written word

Links:

Facebook: JaneStClair

Ebony Coles of The Zen Rock Garden

Bio:

A young modern-day entrepreneur, Ebony Coles is very passionate about combining her diverse interests with one alternate purpose: To provide healing and inspiration. As an artist, she knows that it’s important to remember that without major sacrifice, there is no major change. I inspect all my beads by hand before I make them into a piece of work. I believe that each bead has a special way of communicating, so I have to hold and view each one carefully for my pieces. It is very time consuming but ensures a stunning design that will catch your eye. In my spare time, I am working on my Jewelry Designs. Stunning colors and shapes are what inspires my designs. I engage in a minimalist approach with each one of my handmade designs to bring out your inner beauty that will shine brightly for everyone to see.

Categories:

  • jewelry
  • beads

Links:

Etsy: TheZenRockGarden

Carla Brown of CB Jewelry Design

Bio:

My name is Carla Brown and I have lived in Corcoran neighborhood for many years. I create unique wearable jewelry using beads, semi-precious gem stones, and embossed metals. My work is featured at the Art Shoppe at the Midtown Global Market.

Categories:

  • Beaded
  • Metal
  • Jewelry

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