I have been in the atelier just chugging away, fixing some machine bits, waiting on others for ages to arrive from the UK (so I have the parts I need to finish up my Lienhard Straight Line), and sending off an unused kiln and enamels to an acquaintance in Italy who is just getting up and running!

I think for this year I will be in the studio a little bit less, and taking on a few more “other” jobs and tasks to fill some of my time, but I will still be there (especially weekends) for custom orders and to fill my gallery orders.

This years brings lots of great speaking opportunities.  I will be speaking at the Espace Horloger in Le Sentier (Switzerland) on the 15th of March, talking about guilloché and patterning. Then from the 6-8th of April, I think I will be participating (waiting on final confirmation) in the Journée Européen des Metiers d’Arts (Swiss Romande) where people will be coming to discover my atelier and listen to me speak a bit about good ole’ guilloché. Then it’s to Albuquerque, New Mexico in May (20-23) to speak about guilloché at the Santa Fe Symposium, which I feel super excited about. Other engagements are in the works and this year I will really be pushing my book to sell out, and move on to other professional projects.

If you don’t already follow me, check out my Instagram here . I will be doing a project describing and making videos on how to use a perlage/circular graining and geneva waves machine (with guilloché type rosettes), which seems to be of great interest to most people right now.  I will be putting up videos on new patterns, machine restoration and more, so please feel free to join me on this adventure!

 

One Comment on “Happy New year all!

  1. What a great post!! xoxoxox

    On Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 9:12 AM Atelier Guilloché wrote:

    > atelierguilloche posted: “I have been in the atelier just chugging away, > fixing some machine bits, waiting on others for ages to arrive from the UK > (so I have the parts I need to finish up my Lienhard Straight Line), and > sending off an unused kiln and enamels to an acquaintance in” >

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