People often ask when did I start making jewellery. I often answer when I was little. Now you may think that little children can’t make jewellery, or indeed that they shouldn’t even be allowed in to a jewellery workshop! When … Continue reading
Every professional artist maker is hectic this time of year, making up orders or getting stock ready for sales, I’m no different.
The only problem for me is that my kids lives seem to go on extra busy too! So I become the juggler.
I’m currently getting all the stock sorted for:
And also Steyning Arts at Christmas
Getting ready for Christmas means that my stock design turns to making gifts, these do tend to be smaller pieces which are slightly more affordable and so slightly more available.
This year I am concentrating on helping raise money for Breast Cancer Care in memory of Jane. She was one of my students who battled with cancer for many years but lost that fight this summer.
I do love this time of year as I get to meet all my customers, who I may only see once a year. It’s fun to catch up! I enjoy making jewellery that I know is appreciated by others and bought with love!
If you would like to come an visit my studio please do get in touch.
Have a lovely festive season.
Very busy this week getting ready for various exhibitions happening over the next few months.
The first is at the Capitol in Horsham, West Sussex. https://tickets.thecapitolhorsham.com/PEO/gallery_default.asp
Next week I’ll be setting up at The General in Ditchling, East Sussex. As part of the Art in Ditchling which will be on for the first four weekends in May.
I do find getting work for an exhibition stressfull, however once that is all done and the exhibition is all set up I love selling my work and meeting my customers.
It is great getting feedback on my work even if it’s negative!!!
I look forward to meeting up with regular customers, and friends who use the exhibitions as an excuse to come and see me to treat themselves.
Selling jewellery in this economic climate has been come more of a hard task but at the end of the day quality sells.
Hand made work screeches out to the client, buy me I’m special, I’m a unique piece of jewellery and, hopefully, worth every penny!!