Did you know that there are colors that
can flatter everybody? That is a game changer if you are a jewelry designer. Knowing a color can suit every skin tone can make it easy
to design your next necklace or bracelet. Margie Deeb has some great
information about how color works. Read on and see how a single color
can be a universal complement.If you have missed any of our Margie…
Good day, beautiful beaders! Have you
been enjoying our blogs featuring Margie Deeb? She is a color guru. Margie has written books and given lectures about the nature of color. She wrote and published the first books regarding color and beads. Margie is an accomplished artist, graphic designer, and color expert. A glimpse into her understanding of color will make your jewelry desig…
Symmetry is wonderful in jewelry design. It is pleasing to our eyes and lends a sense of balance and
completion. This week, we wanted to a share another blog about color,
by Margie Deeb. Margie explores parallel colors in a design.
Analogous colors create movement on a jewelry design or piece of art.
They are warm or cool and convey that feeling.Margie has written books and…
Margie Deeb is a master of color. We have previously looked at how colors can highlight or contrast each other in jewelry and loom work. Margie teaches that concordance is the harmony of like colors. Contrast is the clash of dissimilar colors. Both can be used to create stunning designs.
This week, we are looking at patterns. Patterns can be simple or complex. A great pattern is one w…
Designing jewelry requires technical knowledge, creativity, and a little bit of love. It also requires an awareness of color. Color can turn a basic necklace into a piece of art. Knowing how to work with color will turn your jewelry designs into masterpieces. Last week, we published a blog by Margie Deeb that discussed the nature of contrasting colors to creat…
Color is so important if you love
jewelry. Designing a
necklace is more than stringing beads and gemstones. That is the basic part of our craft. To excel, you need to
understand how a
color beading wire is going to harmonize with the
stones. You need to grasp how a spectrum of beads is going to look as
the jewelry takes shape. You need to see beyond the technical p…