Saturday, July 10, 2010

Artist Spotlight: Part Twenty-Seven

The featured artist this week is one you've meet before here, Teresa Rusk of T.Rusk4u.


Not only does she still make phenomenal jewelry and bags, but holy crow, has she been busy since March!


She already had an Etsy shop, which she's updated with many new items like these.



She closed her Winkelf shop and replaced it with a Handmade Artists shop, which she has loaded with terrific pieces like these.  



Besides that, she's opening her own brick and mortar shop in Mebane, NC!  It'll be called Hollyhocks, LLC, and will carry her jewelry and bags for in-person purchase if you're in the area.  The target date for opening is August 1, so she's been painting and building to get it ready to hold her wares.


I wish her all the success in the world!  To keep up with the store formation, and to read more about Teresa and her work, be sure to check out her blog.

12 comments:

trusk4u said...

Awe, thanks for the great write up Larissa!

jewelry by NaLa said...

A multi-talented lady wearing many different hats! Wonderful post.

Linda said...

Teresa is incredible. I can't wait until she opens her real world shop. Maybe she'll post some pictures in her blog. Great post.

lisianblue said...

Teresa does do such nice jewelry - wow can't wait to see pics of the shop!

Saorsa Studio of Beads said...

Fabulous stuff! Wonderful write up! ~omg~ it takes GUTS to open a brick & mortar!

TamsJewelry said...

I am in love with that bracelet! She is an awesome artist!!!

Joan said...

Beautiful pieces! And I can't begin to imagine opening a real world store.

Haffina said...

Great post about a lovely and talented artist.

ParadisePurls said...

I am close enough to Mebane to make the trek over to check out the new shop when it opens! Can't wait! Well done, Teresa! :)

Amy said...

I love this jewelry! Especially the first necklace :)

iKnitQuiltSew said...

Such a wonderful, talented lady, who still seems to find time to help the rest of us out! Nice post!

DreamAgainJewelry said...

Great post on a talented lady. I didn't realize she was opening a shop! Way to go Teresa!

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