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Being a Jewelry Photographer is very fulfilling. I had a really fun opportunity to do some jewelry photos for Goldie Jewelry Supplies, the Eden Sisters. They are a family owned business and we met through the lovely World of Etsy. I have enjoyed seeing their new collection as work, as well as their style. Since I’m all about anything Honeycomb and Bees (must be the Pioneer blood in me). we decided to plan a simple Honeycomb portrait shoot with her petite perfect pieces found here. Not only are these earrings and bracelet so cute, but it’s affordable and found in gifts under 20.00 on Etsy, so be sure to bookmark this post and revisit it in the next couple weeks as you are preparing for Christmas gifts. I can’t believe it’s November already.
I’ve always appreciated the art form of jewelry making. I’m sure I participated in novice activities as a child. We all remember friendship bracelets right? Well, while pursuing a Fine ARTS degree at Weber State University, I was able to take jewelry making classes from a 16th generation Goldsmith. Rene Venegas moved to Ogden, UT from Columbia, and he brought with him a wealth of knowledge and a very unique skillset. You can check out his work here. Perhaps I’ll have to dig up some photos of the work I did while learning from him. Oh wait, here is what I made. Horrid, I know. It was so hard and even though it carries with it a load of flaws, I’m pretty proud that I accomplished something like this. Please forgive me for the poor quality. Here it is I was assigned the Diseño Quimbaya style. This was a difficult learning curve for me but I’m glad I learned it. I think in Art, we need to pursue things, to find what we love and what we don’t love. Am I right? Perhaps I need to give my Colombian inspired jewelry assignment the Jewelry Photographer it deserves.
So in the spirit of sisterly synergy, I hope you enjoy these! Jewelry Photographer | Lexington KY