Hughes takes a new direction

Leave it to Victoria Hughes to take the whole magic bead/mokume/texture trend that we’ve been examining in a new direction. Her colors! Her shapes! This is not your grandmother’s brooch yet this one hints at something ancient.

Victoria has a page of new brooches on her web site. She’s also included her roster of east coast classes this spring including a debut of a promising new pietra dura (stone mosaics) technique.

The weekend simply got away from me! How can it possibly be Monday already?

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  • reply Dot Hage ,

    Ooo, pretty!

    • reply Julie Picarello ,

      Victoria inspired me to pursue mokume gane three years ago…and she is STILL doing it today. What a creative, talented artist!

      • reply Kathryn Ottman ,

        Great look, Victoria! Always love your new creations! Cynthia and all, please note that Victoria will also be teaching at the Fall Foliage Clay Fest in Wisconsin in September. Anyone wishing to attend can contact me directly.

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