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Denise Weiss for VoXevangeline:

After graduating from Rutgers University with a degree in Theatre Design, I pursued a career as a rock singer/songwriter performing in the New York and Philadelphia area with my band, Denny and the Dropouts. You can actually find me on Youtube. I had the honor of working with Andy Wallace, who worked on Nirvana's 'In Utero' and Wally Gold, who wrote, "It's My Party" for Leslie Gore.

A few years ago, I stopped performing professionally and began looking for something new to love creatively. One day, one of my closest friends, Meg, suggested I start designing jewelry after she had seen some beaded bracelets I had made with our daughters.

I began doing craft shows designing jewelry from vintage and antique finds under the…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 3
  • Joined August 19, 2010

Favorite materials

hand cut sterling sterling and bronze sheet, wire, sterling silver chain, 14k gold filled chain, solid brass vintage chain, handmade clasps, handmade ear wire

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VoXevangeline
ARTISAN JEWELRY with a voice

About

Denise Weiss for VoXevangeline:

After graduating from Rutgers University with a degree in Theatre Design, I pursued a career as a rock singer/songwriter performing in the New York and Philadelphia area with my band, Denny and the Dropouts. You can actually find me on Youtube. I had the honor of working with Andy Wallace, who worked on Nirvana's 'In Utero' and Wally Gold, who wrote, "It's My Party" for Leslie Gore.

A few years ago, I stopped performing professionally and began looking for something new to love creatively. One day, one of my closest friends, Meg, suggested I start designing jewelry after she had seen some beaded bracelets I had made with our daughters.

I began doing craft shows designing jewelry from vintage and antique finds under the name of bijou X (bijouXstudio.etsy.com) but once I progressed as a designer, I closed that shop and opened VoXevangeline.etsy.com and VoXevangeline.com.

My recent work is the result of my love for a jeweler's saw and a hammer as I cut my designs from doodles sketched by me during episodes of The Daily Show and Stephen Colbert.

By the way, Meg has a shop at www.hughpugh.etsy.com. Her graphic design work is par excellence.

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