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Every time I look at these my fingers start to hurt it took me three days to deal with these babies. Learn how they got their name!
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Just a small sample for the holidays...more to come.
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Lor Kem
Are all these your work? I love them all, but the "Native Spirit" is enlightening! Do you sell your work? I make, well, made jewelry. I did make some beautiful pieces, but the one thing I am not so good with is the line, silver, gold, and all the other types you can make necklaces's with. I am talking about the strength of the line used. I definitely chose the wrong strength as mine broke, and I was so upset that I lost the necklace I made for my husband. Native Indian in style, I made my own, didn't use any "map" or copy. I bought the stones and what I thought would be perfect! What is the best way to tell what strength you need? Can you help me with this?
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The Artist's Duty

So it is the duty of the artist to discourage all traces of shame
To extend all boundaries
To fog them in right over the plate
To kill only what is ridiculous
To establish problem
To ignore solutions
To listen to no one
To omit nothing
To contradict everything
To generate the free brain
To bear no cross
To take part in no crucifixion
To tinkle a warning when mankind strays
To explode upon all parties
To wound deeper than the soldier
To heal this poor obstinate monkey once and for all

To verify the irrational
To exaggerate all things
To inhibit everyone
To lubricate each proportion
To experience only experience

To set a flame in the high air
To exclaim at the commonplace alone
To cause the unseen eyes to open

To admire only the absurd
To be concerned with every profession save his own
To raise a fortuitous stink on the boulevards of truth and beauty
To desire an electrifiable intercourse with a female alligator
To lift the flesh above the suffering
To forgive the beautiful its disconsolate deceit

To flash his vengeful badge at every abyss


It is the artist’s duty to be alive
To drag people into glittering occupations

To blush perpetually in gaping innocence
To drift happily through the ruined race-intelligence
To burrow beneath the subconscious
To defend the unreal at the cost of his reason
To obey each outrageous impulse
To commit his company to all enchantments.

Kenneth Patchen
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This is awesome. Makes me love what I do even more.
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Majestic Wire Wrapped Jewelry...Jewelry that enriches your SOUL.