Category: Argentium

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It’s been awhile. Let’s update.

It’s inevitable. The tweaks, the adjustments, the moving around of the pieces on the board.

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Listening between seasons.

“There is in you something that waits and listens for the sound of the genuine in yourself. It is the only true guide you will ever have.” -Howard Thurman Art by Michal Dziekan Happy Labor Day! End of summer and excited as I head back into my studio. Curiously, as I look to enter back into a creative place this quote caught my ear … Read More Listening between seasons.

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Argentium 935

Argentium 935 and it’s creator.

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Cherry Blossom Festival

Being proudly, a D.C. based, small business artist, I’d be remiss if I didn’t celebrate the beauty of our Cherry Blossom trees. Annually the city holds a week long festival celebrating the blooming, history and gift of these trees. Here is the Festival’s link. The festivities last the week through and is definitely a good time showcasing our beautiful city. National Cherry Blossom Festival … Read More Cherry Blossom Festival

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I’m not crazy…

 This looks like I’ve mostly lost it. Whatever “it” was. Actually this is a process called heat precipitation hardening.  I like to work in Argentium 935 silver for a few reasons. One reason why is this material’s potential hardness. Baking my Argentium silver pieces, whether they’re finished or prepped for setting stones, allows me to take full advantage of this inherent property. Baking at … Read More I’m not crazy…