Coveting these incredible art brooches created by Japanese artist, Azumi Sakata. She uses the traditional goldwork technique and embellishes her work with pearls, coral, glass beads and leather to produce her awesome unique style. You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram. She does have an Etsy shop but currently has no listing posted.
Images: Courtesy of Azumi Sakata.
Admiring these woven jewelry created by Colorado-based fiber artist, Sarah Neubert, whose work includes wall hangings, household items and wearable art pieces. In her profile she says this about her work:
“My weaving practice is a search for balance and presence; I use it to explore the complexities of everyday life and the hidden patterns in the natural world. I approach my work as a collaboration with unique natural fibers that speak to me about what they want to become.”
You can see more of her work on her website and on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Sarah Neubert.
Coveting these embroidered pins sold under the Japanese brand name, Ironna Happa. We don’t know the name of the maker but we do know that she graduated from the Japan Handicrafts Association Embroidery Teacher course and has been exhibiting since 2006. She produces each item with hemp cloth and embroidery thread. You can follow this artisan on Facebook and see more of her work on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Ironna Happa.