Paulette Werger makes jewelry, vessels and flatware that draw upon botanical imagery, mythology and folk tales. “ I have an interest in the abstracted patterns commonly found in plant life. Form, texture, and pattern borrowed from my garden are the basis for the collage-like surfaces and simple volumes in my metalwork. My neckpieces, rings, earrings and beads combine a variety of materials including gold, silver, pewter, hand cut gems & pearls. Vessels and spoons allow me to explore both the scale and function of table service.”
It's simple, I love what I do!
MFA-University of WI-Madison, BS in Art-College of St. Rose/Skidmore College. Permanent collections: LNHC, AVA Gallery.
Necklace with sterling silver, coral, lace agate and green garnet beads.
Overall length is 20 inches.
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The art of felting allows the artist to create sculptural whimsy or realistic, almost painterly images. Modern felting as it's often used today originally came out of the technique of wet felting material together using soap and water. Today both methods are used depending on an artist's desired product.
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