Welcome to the ultimate resource guide for jewelry artist and designers. This site offers a wealth of information on jewelry making tips and techniques.
It takes you into the fascinating, exciting and sensuous world of precious metals, beads and gemstones.
In the contemporary jewelry designers section, theartofmakingjewelry.com offers you the opportunity to learn and be inspired from the work of award winning jewelry designers.
We also have a series of interviews and comprehensive articles about aspiring jewelers where they share their success stories with us.
If you are interested in making jewelry or have considered it as a career, this is the place for you!
- Learn the different techniques of making jewelry
- Explore the best places to buy jewelry making supplies
- Get powerful information jewelry making tools and equipment Gain inspiration jewelry making ideas to keep you going
More About Me
Hi, my name is Tyler and I am a jewelry artist with more than 10 years in the trade. Since I started the journey to make handcrafted jewelry, I have made a number of costly mistakes. That is why I have created this website. I hope to give you basic jewelry making tips and resources to save you time, money and energy.
Latest From Our Blog: Metal Clay Artist – Alchemist and Sculptors
Since metal clay came into the market, there have been a number of talented metal clay artists that engaged in the exploration of this versatile material. They are alchemists that have molded and manipulated the material to achieve unique and amazing works of wearable art.
This blog post is dedicated to highlight their work and their achievements. Through a series of interviews, I hope to capture their passion, dedication, inventiveness and love for jewelry, the arts and metal clay.
Of notable mention is an artist called Holly Gage. She has not only developed new techniques but continues to experiment and share her knowledge with other like minded people. She is a talented teacher that inspires us with her unique voice and artistic talent.
It was a real pleasure to interview her and spend some time talking with her about her life and her art. I hope you enjoy reading her interview just as much as I enjoyed writing it.