Amber Yearwood
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About Me:
I work with recycled wire and sheet metal. I'm a bead-a-holic, I love to play with sharp tools (my saw, files), chemicals (all natural pickle, and oxidizing agents) and FIRE (my torch)! Fun, fun, fun!

I'm originally from the small island of Barbados, in the beautiful Caribbean.

Haagen Daas Coffee ice cream, ALL mushrooms, but especially portabello lightly sauteed in REAL butter, naughty jokes, anything politically incorrect, mobiles & wind chimes, furniture:anything Danish Mod, or Mexican rustic, or from Java, Bali, Indonesia, & India, hipster dark finished walnut, Chucks, Chucks, and more Chucks, Mahogany Nasturtiums & Pansies, Pansies, Poofs and old Queens, honey & shea butter on my hands, & honey & butter butter on my waffles, Lyle's in the green tin, the cheese board, MANCHEGO, NOT RANCHERO cheese quesadillas, cats, dogs, and Nathan's hot dogs, Grey Poupon, and oh so much more!
I am a/an:
Independent Artist/Designer, Supporter, Shopper, Independent Retailer
(Designers only) I create:
Handmade metal jewelry--one of a kind as well as limited editions.
(Designers only) I am willing to do:
Custom orders
(Designers only) I have been featured on:
Featured artist on the cover of "The Handbook to Handmade - volume III" by Timothy Adam.

San Genarro Feast of L.A. 2006 for the Elizabetta Rogiani fashion show, as well as Miss San Genarro.
(Designers only) My work is sold at:

Privately and by word of mouth.
Website or Blog:
Website or Blog:
Favorite Designers/Artists:
Tim McCreight, Andy Cooperman, Ron Ho, and many, many others...
Favorite Music/Musicians:
Anything ethnic (check out Tinariwen!) or old.

Josephine Baker, Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Perez Prado, ANYTHING BEFORE 1950. Carlos Gardel, Carlos Di Sarli, Anibal Triolo, Osvaldo Pugliese, Gotan Project, ANYTHING TANGO. Tiger Lilies, Dead Can Dance, Lila Downs, ANYTHING DARK & OBSCURE. Krosfyah, Lil' Rick, MADD, Peter Ram, The Mighty Gabby, The Mighty Sparrow, ANYTHING SOCA/CALYPSO. Elephant Man, Sizzla, Capelton, Tiger, Shabba, Junior Kelly, Beenie Man, Jah Mason, Buju Banton, Warrior King, Beres Hammond, 3rd World, Tosh, Dennis Brown, Freddy McGregor, Luciano, Bounty Killer ANYTHING REGGAE/VINTAGE REGGAE/DANCEHALL/DUB/ LOVER'S ROCK/ROCKSTEADY. Celia Cruz, Oscar De Leon, Ismael Rivera, ALMOST ANYTHING SALSA/LATIN...
Favorite TV Show & Movies:
I've got a secret crush on Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs. Shhh! Don't tell anyone!
Also: House, Weeds, Dexter, Lost, and I was lucky enough to see the pilot for Pushing Daisies. GREAT! The Simpsons, Family Guy, Arrested Development, Lost On Mars (BBC), anything on the History Channel, Discovery, "Meer Cat Manor", National Geographic, Food Network, HGTV, etc.

Movies: Anything foreign: "Raise the Red Lantern" "Jean De Florette" & "Manon de Sources" "Tu Le Matins Du Mond" "La Vita E Bella" List goes on, but I won't.... Oh, wait. "Bad Santa", & "Super Troopers"... Also all of Hayao Miyazaki's films..... ALSO, LOVE the "Ginger Snaps" movies.

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How SWEET are these two??

I got this link from ForQueenVictoria a few days ago...

And then this link from Joules today...

Makes me feel so good. :)

Posted on August 30, 2007 at 3:05pm

Treasury spot!

I just LOVE when I happen to be browsing the Etsy treasuries and
notice that one of my items is featured in a list! It happened again
last night, and my "Ssswirly Girl" earrings were included. 2nd row, 3rd
column... Yay!

Posted on August 18, 2007 at 10:13am

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At 1:28pm on February 2, 2009, Keasha Smith said…
February 2, 2009


Good afternoon!

I am hosting several fashion & jewelry shows beginning the fourth week of February until the end of June 2009.

All fashion shows are themed in regards "affluent lifestyles" and cater to exhibition of several themes.

Event locations will take place in several Los Angeles locations including museums, lofts, aquariums, dance clubs, art exhibits and much more!

Participation rates stem from $125.00-925.00.

If you are interested please email me back for details.

Our first brainstorm meeting is this Friday and we are asking for $5.00 for space location fee.


Thank you!
TAD Project

**** We are also hosting a trunk sale for Valentines February Monday February6-Saturday February 14,2009.
Premiere spacing is $2500.00, general spacing begins at $550.00. Please email ASAP if interested. You will be able to sell your products, market, meet the general public, potential buyers and etc.


At 9:52pm on January 25, 2009, Hoooked said…
At 9:57pm on September 5, 2008, Donna said…
I can really relate to what you say. I made sure that I had lead-free solder, but didn't even think about the flux. I had to go check, and it does say lead-free. It is just one of those Bernzomatic kits. I am about ready to graduate from it anyway; it was just convenient at Home Depot. I noticed that Silver is dropping. So, I probably will get an order ready, and try silver. I haven't started cutting metal, but would love to. I'll check that torch outfit you described. That sounds like a good and inexpensive option. I have torched copper with MAPP gas, so I am familiar with that sound. I just wondered if using a hose would be easier for soldering jump rings, etc. So many options to try. That just makes it more fun.
I guess I better call it a night. Take care,
At 5:27am on September 5, 2008, Donna said…
Thanks Amber. I am big on books and research. I read whatever I can online, and have various books on different jewelry techniques. The only real metal technique book I have is "The Encyclopedia of Jewelry Making Techniques" by Jinks McGrath. My sister (not know anything about jewelry) gave me this for Christmas. She picked out a good one! At first, it seemed intimidating, but now, I understand more & more. It is not as in-depth as I need. I was thinking about buying the "Complete Metalsmith" by Tim McCreight. Is this a good start? Also, I have started soldering, and starting to get the hang of it. But, so far, only using copper and a plumber's flux/solder kit, using a small butane torch. Should I start with Propane and a torch head, and then progress to the dual tank?

I love advice, so anything is most appreciative. Donna
At 6:42pm on September 4, 2008, Donna said…
Love your stuff. I am also crazy about fire, those power tools, and just hammering to get out that frustration! I am trying to learn all I can about metal. It is inspiring to see artists such as you.
At 10:14am on July 17, 2008, Karen Watkins said…
Lovely pieces. I have a little crush on Mike Rowe too!
At 1:41pm on April 18, 2008, Heather Sherman said…
Hello there ;)
At 10:34am on August 21, 2007, Ileana Rodriguez said…
Love your work!
At 9:52am on August 14, 2007, michele gabriel studios said…
Gorgeous work! I love the Moderna Hoops
At 8:00am on August 13, 2007, Karen McGovern said…
Love your organic. Great patinas.

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