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Author Archives: annesailer
The seed catalogs and emails arriving in my virtual and physical mailboxes are telling me it’s time to start sowing seeds indoors, to start raising seedlings to transplant into my garden in the Spring. Really? It seems like this is … Continue reading
I have a fancy little link on my Google toolbar that helps me subscribe to blogs I like, and I’ve just recently begun to remember to open Google Reader and actually read those blog posts on a regular basis. (I … Continue reading
The folks over at Rock Paper Scissors have just posted their new batch of classes, including a bunch with yours truly. Here’s the quick run-down of the workshops I’m teaching, and you can check out ALL the classes (in jewelry-making, … Continue reading
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” ~ Lao Tzu This past November and December, I worked just about every day (including weekends), getting ready for holiday sales and then being 150% present for the shows themselves. (OK, I … Continue reading
Last-minute shoppers, this is for you! I’ll be back at Rock Paper Scissors this weekend (Sat., 10-6, Sun., 12-5) with my jewelry and with a team of other artists. Look for us in the back room of the shop, and … Continue reading
Photographing jewelry is tough. Why? A jewelry piece is typically reflective, small, and designed to be worn — not photographed flat. As an art jeweler, I make many pieces and want to photograph them for the purposes of documentation and … Continue reading
I’ve just updated my Etsy website with new listings, including my wildly popular spiral IMPROV earrings with blue/black goldstone (looks black, but the artist in me must divulge that if you look really, really closely you can see the blue … Continue reading
Come share some food and drink and meet members of the Etsy Montclair Street Team — Saturday, 12/11, 11am-5pm, Vintage Alley (730 Bloomfield Ave., Verona). Etsy is an amazing online marketplace of hand-crafted goods — from the simple to the … Continue reading
Here’s a quick note of thanks to all the folks who came to see me this weekend at Rock Paper Scissors and the Artisan’s Gift Market (and to all those who didn’t, but wished they could!). My biggest chunk of … Continue reading