Calming Fischer-Cozzi

Fischer Cossi on PCDaily

Too much upsetting news! Louise Fischer Cozzi’s calm, understated jewelry feels like shelter from the storm.

She takes the simplest shapes and classic patterns and puts them together in a sophisticated way with only perhaps a painted gold edge of flash. Louise was riveting and etching translucent polymer before it even dawned on the rest of us.

Fischer Cozzi on PCDaily

Here she turns a brass bangle into modern art. She covers the form with ultralight, sculpts it with a surprising jag, then paints and distresses it. Her work encourages you to look carefully and breathe deeply which is just what we need.

Here’s her Etsy shop, her site, her Craftcast class and her Artful Home profile.

Read Kopila’s comment on yesterday’s blog post to keep up with the Nepal news.

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  • reply Liz Hall ,

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      Fixed it. Thanks.
      ct

    • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

      I love Louise’s work. Took an amazing workshop from her in 2011 and learned a lot. Her warm personality was the added bonus. Great post.

      • reply Louise Fischer Cozzi ,

        Hi Cynthia
        I seem not to be getting your publications. It’s not in spam or any of the other things on my gmail. And I’m so upset!!! One of my former students saw it and sent it to me.
        I would love to get your publication!
        And I want to thank you very much for printing my work. And to know that its calming.
        Again,
        Thanks,
        Louise
        Thanks and take care,
        Louise

        • reply Louise Fischer Cozzi ,

          sorry I wrote two signatures. And I do want to get your emails!

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