Each of AllEyeC Studio pieces seem to tell a story. Elisa Robles-Carlo calls her jewelry assemblage art because most of the components are found objects, beads, and bits; but her work also includes cutting her own gemstones and silver smithing. She does a lot of custom work and can help you create that perfect piece you’ve been dreaming up. We are excited to have her at Lackawanna Arts Fest this year!
Tell us a little about how you started AllEyEC Studio.
I have been making beaded jewelry since I was a kid, but while in college I worked for a jewelry and learned how fine jewelry is made. That lead me to silver smithing.
What type of jewelry do you make? Tell us a little about your design process.
I work with found objects, copper, brass, beads, and gemstones. I have recently been doing some lapidary work and the majority of the turquoise I use in my work I have cut myself.
What will you be featuring at Lackawanna Arts Fest?
At the festival, I will feature a variety of pieces from earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings.
What do you love most about running your jewelry business?
The best part of having my own business is being able to do what I love and share my art with other.
Is there anything else you would like our readers to know?
A lot of what I do includes making custom pieces for clients. I really enjoy sharing the creative process one on one with them, and the reaction I always receive when making their dream a reality.
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