Join The Jewels of Fall 2010 Collaboration of Artists!
You're Invited to join a video collaboration. It's that time of Year! Jewels of Fall! Who's up for another video?? We did a fantastic presentation with last year's video. Once the submissions are all in, I'll create a presentation video for You Tube. This has served us all very well for soft advertising! On September 26th..., Dr. Gail Devoid and I will host the video with all of it's contributors as our show at The Jewelry Connection!
I'm accepting submissions for Jewels of Fall 2010: 8-15-2010 through 9-19-2010. What's needed: !. a picture of your Jewel of Fall design 2. a picture of yourself to lead into your photo 3. a brief bio - name, city, state, country and web address Please allow me to add the text information to your pictures. Depending on how I pan and/or scan the shot, it might not be in the right place if you have put the text there in advance! Also keep your photos as squarish as possible. Long rectangles vertical or horizontal do not work into a video very well. Photo size requirements no smaller than 600x600 pixels. Anything larger is ok. It gives me more room to create a great video!
Send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org This invitation if for designers of one of a kind wearable art. Mass Produced items are not represented by this video collaboration. We had a great world wide representation of artists last year! I'm looking forward to sharing this project with you all! Mona Group Moderator Producer and Host of The Jewelry Connection
My name is Mona Hair! For a day job, I work as a registered nurse for a cardiovascular surgery unit!
At all other times I am a multi-media free lance jewelry designer residing in Bellaire, Texas!
I am a self taught designer with a history of working in hot glass (lampworking), and polymer clay most recently. I have a wide ranging experience base in French, Russian, and Venetian beaded floral work. Gemstones, pearls, crystals, and original components of peer artisans find their way into my work as well! Because my work is so varied in content, I have created a blog to help chronicle stages of experimentation to share with others!
I have an image events site at the moment where most of my work is on display with some tutorials to share. As I develop this blog, some of those tutorials ect...may move to this site. You may view complete online portfolios of my work by visiting that site at: http://imageevent.com/mona2