Lori Fadale-Wilkins is a studio and jewelry artist living in Kirkwood, New York. Her work covers a variety of subjects, from nature to steampunk themed one of a kind art jewelry pieces. "Each piece begins with a glimmer of an idea that slowly, gradually, begins to show itself. I immerse myself in the details." [...]
Aves Apoxie Sculpt artist Gay Isber was recently featured in a New York Times article titled "Bracelets for the Biceps." Below is the excerpt about her work from the NY Times article. Gay Isber Austin, Texas Big, bold and one-of-a-kind pieces are Ms. Isber’s specialty — or, as she wrote in an email, “handmade, sustainable [...]
I have worked in a variety of mediums throughout my life. Twenty five years ago I discovered Apoxie Sculpt in a taxidermy catalogue and I have been using it ever since. I have tried many two part sculpting mediums and have come back to Apoxie Sculpt every time.
Artist: Kevin Wilson. @healing_stones_for_you In its workable state, I find that Apoxie Sculpt is very pliable without excessive tearing and it accepts and holds even the tiniest of textures without sticking to an implement. I typically let my jewelry pieces cure for a full 24 hours, in which time the Apoxie Sculpt turns rock hard without [...]