Angela Gerhard's Profile

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Running the gamut from spontaneous and expressive, to simple and tailored, Angela Gerhard's eclectic range of enamel jewelry boasts of character. Her award-winning work has been exhibited widely in juried and invitational exhibitions throughout the U.S. and abroad. Gerhard and her jewelry have been featured in several publications, including Art Jewelry magazine and 500 Enameled Objects: A Celebration of Color on Metal by Lark Books. From start to finish, all jewelry is handcrafted by Angela at her studio in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.
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"I seek to bring a sense of discovery to my jewelry. I hope to craft something that catches your eye and begs you to stop and look closer. The use of enamel specifically enables me…

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  • Female
  • Joined July 3, 2008

Favorite materials

Enamel, copper, glass, silver, gold, color

About

--- You can enter my shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AngelaGerhard?ref=pr_shop_more. ---

Running the gamut from spontaneous and expressive, to simple and tailored, Angela Gerhard's eclectic range of enamel jewelry boasts of character. Her award-winning work has been exhibited widely in juried and invitational exhibitions throughout the U.S. and abroad. Gerhard and her jewelry have been featured in several publications, including Art Jewelry magazine and 500 Enameled Objects: A Celebration of Color on Metal by Lark Books. From start to finish, all jewelry is handcrafted by Angela at her studio in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.
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"I seek to bring a sense of discovery to my jewelry. I hope to craft something that catches your eye and begs you to stop and look closer. The use of enamel specifically enables me to focus on creating distinctive textural surfaces, and it provides endless avenues to explore and experiment with color and design. The properties inherent to enamel, which is fused in a kiln at 1500°F, add the alluring elements of both strength and fragility. At the end of the day, it is my desire to have created something that will become a favorite friend that complements the unique style and personality of the woman who wears it."

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