The 2012 New Mexico Craft Fair

I am certified metal clay artisan that explores mixed metal techniques such as canes and mokume gane…

Heart Pendant, Heart Mothers Necklace, Fine Silver Heart Pendant

A fine silver metal clay pendant. The front features a dimpled texture. The bail features a garnet cabochon. The heart features a citrine cabochon. The back of the piece is finished in a high polish and includes a raised sun.

Bronze Metal Clay Pendant, Lotus Heart Pendant, Bronze Clay,

This is a bronze metal clay pendant that features a depressed lotus. The lotus features bronze prong setting that captures an aquamarine CZ. The front of the piece was polished to a high sheen. The back is textured and is polished to a satin sheen.

Mokume Gane Metal Clay, Geometric Mixed Metal Earrings

A unique technique was used to combine copper, bronze, and steel metal clay. The piece was sanded until a beautiful pattern emerged. The piece is finished with a satin sheen and patina was applied to enhance the colors of the mixed metals.

Mixed Metal Clay, Bronze Metal Clay Square Pendant, Copper Metal Clay Pendant

This geometric pendant features a square caned focal created from a unique process using copper, bronze and steel metal clay. The canes were set on a square backdrop of bronze that was textured to look like linen. The bail is a bronze square tube.

Fine Silver Heart Pendant, Patina Heart Pendant, Tooled Leather Heart Pendant

This fine silver metal clay pendant features a tooled leather style texture. The pendant finished with black max and the high were finished to a high shine for contrast. The back was completed with a high polish and includes a raised sun.

I hope to see you at the 51st New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair on June 22nd – 24th, 2012 at Expo New Mexico!


  1. I have been following your blog for a while, this post brought me out of lurking. EVerything is GORGEOUS! Thanks for also describing the process, was a lot of fun to read.

    I like your photographs too…especially the idea of using the little rocks, and the engineering specs as a background. Made me smile a whole lot 🙂


  1. […] a legitimate excuse.  Do you remember when I told you months ago I told you how I applied for the New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair?  Ever since then I have been working feverishly to create items.  Well, the time has come,  the […]

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