Saturday, June 12, 2010

June Giveaway by Jennifer Campbell!


The June Giveaway has been donated by Jennifer Campbell of Heartwings by Jennifer. This piece of assemblage jewelry can be worn either as a pin or a pendant and was created using vintage tea tins, a vintage watch face and assembled using microfasteners as the cold connections.
Heartwings, the line of recycled pendants and bracelets that Jennifer makes from vintage tea and spice tins show her sense of humor and delight in using the colors, graphics and patterns of the 1940s and 50s tins. Her most recent endeavor is a line of vintage artisan necklaces, bracelets and earrings fashioned from vintage elements found on her treasure hunts through estate sales and antique stores.
Jennifer will be teaching three workshops at Art and Soul Portland - October 2010. Please see "Workshops" on the Portland Art Collective blog for more information.

Portland Art Collective members will not be eligible for this offering but all others who comment on this post will have a chance to win! Stay tuned July 1st to see if you are the lucky winner!

9 comments:

Svetlana said...

Stunning piece! Would be lovely to have something from such inspirying artist.

Curious Works said...

Enjoying the blog!
love assemblage jewelry...thanks for the chance to win

Gwen said...

This blog has become so informative, and the chance to win cool art is pretty darn great, too.

I love the artist profiles,btw

jewelry supplies said...

I found your site on del.icio.us this morning and really liked it. I bookmarked your blog and will definitely be back soon to read your new posts!

Altered Designs By Tami said...

Love, love, love this piece. I make a lot of steam punk jewelry and adore the vintage tin around the watch face. Thank you for sharing. Cheer's

Edith Hope said...

I just discovered this blog and am looking forward
to reading it regularly. Thank you!

Pam Heath said...

Time flies. Maggie Kolkena (www.thirdthought.com), a member of the collective, has a lovely e-letter and blog post today on "the fine art of savoring and its connection to well-being." Also a mention of June's giveaway, with photo. I'm certainly savoring Ms. Campbell's lovely work this morning! And so glad to learn about the collective.

sharon knorr said...

I think this piece would look smashing in a small frame and hung on the wall.

Diane Lou said...

Yet another stunning piece, Jennifer!