Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Head above water...


Hi everyone...apologies for disappearing so suddenly and neglecting this space, and my tales of shots from the workshop...I am a bad, bad blogger!! 

Somehow, suddenly, I am swamped with work this week and just trying to keep my head above water and push through....!! It's also suddenly hot, which always make workshop time that little bit more arduous...

So...I shall say good night for now, and will be be back with lots to show as soon as possible....thanks so much for all your emails and comments recently {they are so appreciated!}, if you are waiting for an email back from me, I will be right on it asap - promise!!

more soon,
xo


4 comments:

Kelly McClorey said...

you look lovely in the glowy night time light! chin-up...hope the wading through the work-swamp isn't too hard! very excited to see what you've been working on sweet girl : )

Janet said...

Adore the top photo... a 1930's moviestar?! just lovely.

DanuG's said...

Dear Abigail
Found your work and blog through Dazzle website while surfing on the internet for some research work.
I am so in love with your work and hope wasn't so far away to be able to see it.
I am Brazilian, from Rio de Janeiro, and have just started to produce my own jewels using dried organic products and semi-precious stones amongst others. (www.danugs.blogspot.com) If you want to have a look at my new blog (while your head is up the water...), I would love to hear your comments. I haven't studied jewelry design but hopefuly I will do it next year as I am enjoying it quite a lot. Sorry the blog is in Portuguese...
Anyway, congratulations for your wonderful and delicate jewels. Extremely good taste and very creative.
My daughter studies industrial design and she also was amazed by your work. By the way she was born in Manchester, England and last year we were on a trip to England to visit old friends and also went to Ireland and Scotland (Edinburgh). I am so sorry I didn't know your work at that time to look for something to buy in the outlets. Maybe next time...
best wishes and lots of success!
Nubia Goncalves

lisa s said...

good luck w/ the push through work and the heat.... sending good wishes