When I started making jewelry, I often chose beads from my stash of broken vintage glass Mardi Gras beads. I didn’t fully recognize the value and legacy these “throws” – trinkets thrown to the crowds from floats during Mardi Gras parades. These throws are a part of my history, my culture, and my legacy. ThatContinue reading “My Vintage Glass Mardi Gras Beads”
Author Archives: AmyAJewelry
New Classes & Workshops With Amy!
Upcoming Classes & Workshops in September
What’s happening on Amy’s bench?
AAJ at Open Streets Franklin
This weekend, Amy A Jewelry was out in the streets – Open Streets Franklin Avenue, that is.
Amy at PrimeLife Arts Learning
Last month was Older Adults Month. I joined the other teaching artists at PrimeLife Arts Learning in celebrating by sharing a technique that’s frequently used by jewelry artists, but can be helpful to anyone. I will be teaching more jewelry classes with PAL this summer
Celebrations and Milestones
Today is my 60th Birthday!!Outside of milestones related to my jewelry art, I have rarely celebrated myself. But this one feels different, special, and I am so ready to dance into the next part of my life! New Orleans and Mardi Gras are playing prominently in my celebration today:One of my dear sister-friends from TulaneContinue reading “Celebrations and Milestones”
The Celebration Begins
Amy Wilderson has a short video about her upcoming birthday and Amy A Jewelry’s anniversary.