Synopses & Reviews
Internationally renowned jewelry designer, teacher, and author Mary Hettmansperger demonstrates easy, effective ways to embellish common metal jewelry in Heat, Color, Set and Fire, a how-to book on the leading edge of beautiful contemporary jewelry design.and#160;Mary Hettsand#160;uses paints, pencils, and dips to achieve dramatic color; applies foils, resins, mica, and other materials to alter the jewelry surface; and works withand#160;exciting techniques, like the ancient Korean art of keum boo, to create a gold-gilt effect. Rings, bracelets, necklaces and pins -- virtually any piece can become individualized and breathtaking. The book includes 21 projects for inspiration, with excellent how-to instructions and photography.and#160;Thisand#160;classic how-to jewelry book stands on its own as an inspirational volume for jewelers and artists, and it also is a wonderful complementand#160;to Mary's best-selling Wrap, Stitch, Fold and Rivet.
and#8220;The way Mary Hettmansperger weaves and manipulates metal is mesmerizing. Her new book will teach you some of her tricks in creating metal accessories with stunning surface treatments. She goes over a variety of low-tech approaches like patinas, enameling, keum boo, copper etching, fusing, weaving, texturing, and more through 21 projects. This book is the perfect opportunity to learn firsthand from one of the leaders in metal work.and#8221; --Belle Armoire Jewelryand#160;and#8220;From basic materials to an index of color photographs and explanations on tools and supplies, this book is a must-have when tackling the art of altering metal! Basic techniques, tips, and methods are explained for a variety of beautiful metal designs created by heat, chemical, and force techniques. We loved the Dot and Loops Necklace and the Etched Copper Necklace--both bold and striking!and#8221; --Crafts 'n' Things
A classic how-to jewelry book--and a natural complement and follow-up to Mary Hettmansperger's bestselling Wrap, Stitch, Fold & Rivet. Internationally renowned author Hettmansperger demonstrates easy, effective ways to embellish common metal jewelry. She uses paints, pencils, and dips to achieve dramatic color; applies foils, resins, mica, and other materials to alter the jewelry's surface; and works with unusual techniques, like the ancient Korean art of Keum Boo, to create a gold-gilt effect. Rings, bracelets, necklaces and pins--virtually any piece can become individualized and breathtaking.
About the Author
Mary Hettmansperger is an internationally renowned jewelry artist and instructor. She is the author of the bestselling Wrap, Stitch, Fold and Rivet, as well as Mixed Metal Jewelry Workshop, and Fabulous Woven Jewelry, all published by Lark. Her work has been exhibited at SOFA through the Katie Gingrass Gallery, and she does segments for the PBS programs Beads Baubles and Jewels and Quilting Art. She lives in Peru, Indiana.