October 29, 2013
Today we’re sharing some beautiful work from considerthewldflwrs, created by Emily Howard, a talented artist from Nashville who will be offering her handmade jewelry at Brooklyn Renegade. The simple beauty of her work speaks for itself, but hearing Emily’s description of her process is inspiring:
“My favorite part of the process is in the engineering side. I start with an inspired idea, and then I sketch the composition of the piece. After I have a pretty clear image I explore metals; cutting, soldering, hammering, and sawing in order to produce the design. The discovery happens when I step back and realize the beauty of the formed metal, while finding grace in its imperfect display of my original idea.”
Emily’s studio houses makers of all kinds, and includes a wood shop, print shop, and motorcycle shop. Workshops and classes are offered on their website to allow these facilities to become a haven for creative entrepreneurs and innovators.
Visit considerthewldflwrs’ booth at Brooklyn Renegade on November 23+24, 2013 at the Skylight One Hanson to shop her beautiful selection of jewelry.