Beadwork Inspired by Art: Art Nouveau: Jewelry and by Jean Campbell, Judith Durant

By Jean Campbell, Judith Durant

Beading artistic endeavors is a sequence of beadwork venture books, encouraged via the colours, textures, and formsof ancient paintings and craft traditions. The authors current complete directions for 12 distinctive beadwork tasks encouraged through their favourite masterpieces—by a number of the world’s best artists.

In this quantity, operating with a “canvas” of beads, thread, and a number of techniques—from stringing to weaving—readers discover ways to recreate the jewellery and residential decor gadgets of the paintings Nouveau interval, an artwork type recognized for its sleek, flowing curves and traditional shapes. The old photo that encouraged each one undertaking and unique step by step directions and drawings are incorporated, too.

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6 Pick up two 15° beads and pass through the 15° bead of the fringe leg that’s diagonally placed on the previous row of fringe legs. Pick up one peridot bicone and pass through the 15° bead of the next fringe leg on the previous round. Repeat around to connect the two rounds of fringe (figure 4). figure 4 8 59 11 Pick up one 15° bead, one topaz bicone, and one 15° bead. Pass back through the bicone and pick up one 15° bead. Pass through the next 15° bead added in the previous step (figure 5). Repeat to add picots around the beaded bead.

Laburnum bracelet 6 Connect one jump ring to the copper link that sits in front of the stitched section. Before you close the ring, attach the toggle bar (figure 4). ALTERING BRASS FINISHES It’s easy to alter the look of brass fi ndings like the clasp in Laburnum Bracelet. In this project, the purchased clasp had an antiqued finish, but a few strokes of fi ne-grit sandpaper gave it a shiny fi nish, making it look more like the Tiffany lamp parts in the inspiration photo on page 37. To darken brass, you can simply heat it over an open flame.

Repeat from * around the beaded bead to make a circle of fringe legs centered around the beaded bead’s hole (figure 2). Exit from a 15° bead at the end of one of the legs. figure 1 2 Use 10° beads to work several rounds of tubular peyote stitch off the initial circle. Once the resin bead begins to curve, keep the beadwork in place as you make enough decreases in each round to keep the beadwork close to the resin bead. The decreases don’t have to be perfectly spaced because they won’t be seen. Just keep the beadwork centered around the bead hole.

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