Deborah Fehrenbach – St. Johns, MI

flowerpendantI love working in silver, two tone metals, and textures.  I am inspired by my love of scuba diving and gardening.  I usually start any collection with the bracelet, my favorite piece of jewelry to create.  Most of these pieces were created with the forging techniques of microfolding,anticlastic raising, and traditional forging.  The two tones are created either with mokume gane sheet metal or canes or by fusing or soldering various metals together Textures are by roller printing, etching or hammer.  Most of the two tone work is hand patina’d to enhance the affect of the metals.  I hand fabricate and forge all of my work in my studio.

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