By Margot Potter
Shaping twine + beading twine = a complete new dimension
New Dimensions in Bead and twine jewellery brings shaping and beading cord jointly to create beautiful sculptural designs. From necklaces and bracelets, to earrings, jewelry and tiaras, jewellery maven Margot Potter indicates you ways to coil, wrap, weave and sculpt 30 wire-based tasks. additionally, inspirational diversifications at the tasks offer much more cause to get wrapped up in wire.
* mix shaping twine with beading twine in leading edge how one can create jewellery with circulate, intensity and dimension.
* hire numerous vintage wire-working tools, together with twine wrapping, twisting, coiling, chain maille and more.
* Love beads? You won’t be dissatisfied. decorate your creations with crystal, steel, Lucite and classic beads so as to add your individual model of signature sparkle.
Start including intensity, measurement and intrigue for your jewellery designs at the present time with New Dimensions in Bead and cord jewellery.
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Sono un «prodigio di passione, di entusiasmo, di felicità, di tormento, puro e ardente monumento all'amore, in cui la prima materia è la carne, il cuore, l'anima del poeta preso da macerazione». Così commentava Vicente Aleixandre35 , ricordando commosso la lettura dei sonetti dalla viva voce di Federico. Era l'inquietudine di un amore impossibile da cui scaturiva una condizione di vita autenticamente sofferta in continue avvisaglie di morte. Era la sua omosessualità. �A Granada il poeta era considerato omosessuale, disgrazia grave in una città nota per la sua avversione nei confronti della sessualità non convenzionale»; così Ian Gibson36 , il maggior biografo del poeta andaluso.
1929. A fine giugno va a New York; risiede come studente presso la Columbia University; sua amicizia con León Felipe. Fascino per il jazz e la città che gli ispirerà la sua opera più complessa, Poeta en Nueva York. A Madrid intanto si verificano rivolte studentesche contro la dittatura militare. 1930. E a Cuba, ove s'interessa al folclore locale assai simile a quello andaluso: conosce Nicolás Guillén. A fine anno torna in Spagna ove il clima politico è tesissimo; cade la dittatura di Primo de Rivera.