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Angela’s work is inspired by the beauty of the natural surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains and by the process of working intuitively with her materials.

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Angela  Eastman Angela Eastman - Earrings -  Crimson Laurel Gallery

Earrings
Steel with red and white beats

Jewelry - Steel
2 x in
SOLD
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Angela  Eastman Angela Eastman - Earrings -  Crimson Laurel Gallery
Earrings
Steel with red and white beats
Jewelry   Steel  
2 x in
SOLD
AEA06
 
Angela  Eastman Abacus Beaded Ring-Gold
Abacus Beaded Ring-Gold
Jewelry    
$ 60
AEA14
 
Angela  Eastman Abacus Beaded Ring-Green
Abacus Beaded Ring-Green
Jewelry    
$ 60
AEA13
 
Angela  Eastman Bay Window Woven Earrings-Blue
Bay Window Woven Earrings-Blue
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA26
 
Angela  Eastman Bay Window Woven Earrings-Gold_Red_Grey
Bay Window Woven Earrings-Gold/Red/Gray
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA28
 
Angela  Eastman Bay Window Woven Earrings-Red_Black
Bay Window Woven Earrings-Red/Black
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA27
 
Angela  Eastman Burnt Steel Pendant
Burnt Steel Pendant
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA31
 
Angela  Eastman Burnt Steel Pendant
Burnt Steel Pendant
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA29
 
Angela  Eastman Burnt Steel Pendant
Burnt Steel Pendant
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA30
 
Angela  Eastman Angela Eastman - Earrings -  Crimson Laurel Gallery
Earrings
Silver with red and plated gold beats
Jewelry   Sterling Silver  
1 x 2 in
$ 70
AEA04
 
Angela  Eastman Leaf Woven Earrings-Gray_Coral
Leaf Woven Earrings-Gray/Coral
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA20
 
Angela  Eastman Leaf Woven Earrings-White_Coral
Leaf Woven Earrings-White/Coral
Jewelry    
$ 120
AEA21
 
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Angela  Eastman

Angela Eastman

Angela Eastman Description

Originally from Hillsborough, North Carolina, Angela

Eastman is a jeweler and sculptor currently living at Penland School of Crafts as a Core Fellow. Her metal work uses primarily ?ne wire to create patterns inspired by forms in nature, which become delicate earrings and necklaces to adorn the body.

To create her Burnt Jewelry series, Angela uses a coal forge to burn pre-cut pieces of iron to create unexpected forms and textures, then responds to those forms by adding steel wire framing elements. She creates the steel chain by hand and ?nishes the pieces with waxed linen cord.

Angela’s work is inspired by the beauty of the natural surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains and by the process of working intuitively with her materials.

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