Ronna Sarvas Weltman – October 16

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An Evening with Ronna Sarvas Weltman

Date: October 16 – 5pm – 8pm

On October 16,  The Wooden Cow welcomes nationally recognized polymer clay artist and author, Ronna Sarvas Weltman. Ronna’s unique aesthetic and innovative techniques are showcased in her book – Ancient Modern: Polymer Clay + Wire Jewelry. As the title of her book suggests Ronna’s work has an aged yet timeless feel. While not directly recreating natural elements her work has the look of feel of bone and sinew, seeds and pods. Ronna will be  discussing her work, which will be on display and for sale throughout the weekend. To view more of Ronna’s work please visit her website at www.ronnaround.com. Ronna will be teaching a two-day workshop in Albuquerque on Octboer 17 & 18 – if you are interested in taking the workshop please download this Info Sheet

From her website:

About me …
I live in Bellevue, Washington, with my husband Jordan and two sons. I have discovered that art is uplifting and even regenerative – works of beauty inspire all of us to see the best in the world, and look for more. This inspires us to create – sometimes by making the world more beautiful through art, sometimes by making the world a better place by seeing the potential in others, and working to make our earth a better place for all of us.

About jewelry …
Beautiful jewelry is a celebration of color, form and texture, and whimsy and grace. Wearing beautiful jewelry not only enables us to celebrate art in our daily life, but share it with those around us.

About my jewelry …
I use sterling and fine silver, high quality semi-precious stones, precious metal clay, polymer clay, glass beads, bone, leather, resins and found objects to craft one-of-a-kind artisan jewelry. All of my jewelry is comfortable and durable, because life is too short for discomfort and frustration. I make my jewelry in a variety of sizes so women can find what they want in sizes that work for them.

A friend once asked me …
… if it’s difficult to give up the pieces I’ve made. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. What is most meaningful to me about making jewelry is sharing it with others, seeing them enjoying wearing it, hearing about the reaction they get when they give it as a gift. Nothing gives me more pleasure than knowing others are enjoying my jewelry.

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