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France’s Celine Charuau created this dramatic bunch of black petals on a delicate chain using polymer and sterling wire. The piece might have ended up heavy and dark in other hands but Celine has a way with wire and polymer that allows her to blend them into lightweight constructions.

Celine will be teaching her Plumes (in English and French) at EuroSynergy this spring. She’ll show how she forms her petals and constructs jewelry using wire. Take a look at her work on Flickr and Facebook and read more about the class here.

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  • reply Dorothy Siemens ,

    I checked out more of Celine’s work on Flickr. It is amazingly beautiful and creative.

    • reply Andrea Victoria Paradiso ,

      Very interesting piece, Celine, although for me I am really wowed! by your flickr gallery of the past few years’ work. Probably because I am very drawn to intense color and lots of it in one piece. Some of them are especially gorgeous! Wonderful work!

      • reply Wendy Jorre de st Jorre ,

        Wow! Celine’s work is amazing. Thankyou for the link.

        • reply Margaret Heizenrader ,

          How does one get to teach at such an outstanding venue?

          I also have talents but how do I promote them?

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