Saturday, May 22, 2010


Hello fellow AMFET team members. I'm finally blogging!
I've placed a link below that is worth checking out. I may have spoken about an exhibit at MOCA in Los Angeles a few years ago that featured pieces that converted from furniture to wearable pieces. This is also a collaboration project. Let me know your thoughts. I think it's fascinating!

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

structure and flow

breathtaking movement released from the structural corset, in this case in high contrast

Saturday, May 8, 2010

structure vs. fluidity

seeking contrast rigid structural elements contrasting with fluid motion- wether it be structured actually or just by appearance. Gaultier is one of my faves...

more subtile structure and flow:


transformation TEAM indeed! already converging images and the insect-like ideas and sketches you did Jeffri!! I am hoping you won't mind posting those at some point. I have to say I am thrilled to be involved and enjoying all of your energies and

Friday, May 7, 2010

Just for fun Isaac

Ya gotta love him, I want to spend a weekend with him, meet his mom.

Just for fun Isaac

Ya gotta love him, I want to spend a weekend with him, meet his mom.

Our meeting tonight

Hi Ladies, I enjoyed the meeting. A, thank you for the tutoring to do this, it isn't too difficult so far.

I am excited about all the possibilities with the elements mentioned.

Y~ I suggest we keep this a private blog, who needs to see our thoughts and ideas? I realize as you say how difficult it must be for others find people, however - well, just call me paranoid.

I will post the sketches and graphic ideas after we privatize so I can share it with Kathie and you A and Y as reference for our discussion in the meeting today.

team meeting friday afternoon

we are enjoying the weather in the back yard while finishing up details on our applications. This was a magazine issue showing a "victorian -ish" collar.... in sterling silver!

texture and construction = pattern

this is one of my favorite images for the planned random assembly- almost like mosaic, using the rough frayed edges to augment the pattern, constructed over elegant and transparent lace....

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

intersection of purpose and perception

where does "jewelry" begin and "feather boa" end?

all jewelry/metal designs copyright Alexandra Hart