Dragonfly Dreamers’ jewelry is created using a combination of metal smithing techniques – sawing, stamping, hammering, riveting and patinas may be used on a single creation. Copper is the central material used along with other metals, upcycled objects, resin and beads.
“As an artist I enjoy the process of learning and creating with various mediums,” says Wendy. “Jewelry designing fulfills this desire with its wide range of techniques and materials to explore.”
While her main focus is jewelry, Wendy also designs altered art pieces on canvas, mirrors and other unique objects with a vintage, grungy look-and-feel.
Dragonfly Dreamers will be among the roster of talented artisans peddling their wares in the vendor tent at Goulbourn Museum’s Old-Fashioned Christmas – Art & Craft Sale. Join us on December 1st from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and be sure to set aside some time for ogling the funky finds you’ll come across at Wendy’s table.
Delve deeper into Dragonfly Dreamers by discovering their blog, etsy, Facebook and Twitter pages.