Hammermarks is…Wendy Edsall-Kerwin's journey to become a full-time jewelry and metals artist. Here you can find my inspirations, motivations, frustrations, and business advice that I have found through hard work and lot's of great contacts.
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Tag Archives: Middle Ages
It may be obvious, but I love medieval metalwork. The armor, the jewelry, the fantastic book covers. I’ve been fortunate enough to have seen some in person at various museums. (I’ve mentioned some specific ones in a previous post.) Today … Continue reading →
When we were on vacation last month, my husband decided to read the Song of Roland. He said it was really gory, but he enjoyed it nevertheless. In the introduction there was a quote he read to me from the Monk … Continue reading →
In the past, I’ve mentioned the book On Divers Arts by Theophilus, a medieval treatise on painting, glassmaking, and metalwork. I was first introduced to this book in an art history class, which was cool because art historians don’t usually … Continue reading →