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Julie Jernigan’s (“Jules”) masterfully funky way with metals and media comes from her uniquely organic vision and cultural background. Jules extracts experiences and memories from her Cajun upbringing and translates them into uniquely fabulous treasures, hand-fabricated in fine metals, gems, enamels, resin and myriad vintage and found objects.

 

Jules’ Jewels are one-of-a-kind treasures crafted with materials chosen for their color, texture and timelessness. Each piece is precisely created with fine attention to detail.

 

Wrap yourself – or someone you adore – in unique pieces that make a statement!

Jewelry Design - Bookbinding - Multi-Media Artist - Metalsmith. What's Art Without A Little Chaos?

 

Nancy Parker has both formal and informal training in the fine arts as well as in metalsmithing and bookbinding and is an exceptional artist in all forms.

 

On her preferred materials, she says: "Color and texture - I truly believe that is what drives most decisions when it comes to my artwork. Whether it is throwing paint onto a canvas or working out the technical details of a silver jewelry piece with moving components, it's all about feel. My handmade books come in a variety of materials - wood, leather, metal, and glass... My jewelry pieces are one of a kind creations. I do not mass produce and find it difficult to stay on script!"

IPCA – International Polymer Clay Association

The International Polymer Clay Association (IPCA) is a non-profit organization, with objectives to educate the public about polymer clay, and to study and promote an interest in the use of this substance as an artistic medium.

Polymer clay is a man-made material that remains pliable for long periods, but bakes or "cures" in a home oven at a fairly low temperature. Though the result is hard, thin sheets are often flexible. It can be sculpted, carved, stamped, textured, sanded, buffed, painted, and used to create sculpture, accessories, figurines, dolls, or jewelry. It can also be used to embellish other surfaces.

The modern artifacts of ArtSci design almost always incorporate this unique & versatile substance – and the IPCA is perhaps its biggest promoter & champion.

The Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild (PAPCG) is a group of artists of all levels of experience who have a passion for exploring the possibilities of polymer clay. Their mission is to provide local resources (e.g., classes, education, and community) for polymer clay artists in the Philadelphia area. 

The guild has a low annual membership fee & meets the third Sunday of every month, except February, July, August & December. No minimal skill level is required for membership.

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