Learn How To Make Jewelry





Welcome! I am Miriam, owner and designer of Mirbel art jewelry.

Learn about the supplies you can use for making- jewelry!

On this site, you will explore the different elements of design.

You will find information on products, techniques, ideas and concepts. When I first started this journey, I spent hours searching for information on the internet.

I invested a lot of money on books and made many mistakes. That is why I created this web site.

This is the one-stop shop for information on equipment,techniques design and ideas.

You only have to make the investment of time, I will do the rest.

Learn all about making jewelry! Just click on this link



Real Feedback





My name is Judy and I live in Havertown, Pennsylvania. I am finishing up courses in the Digital Design Diploma program through the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online, I will complete the course this summer! After twenty years of designing cards, invitations, and scrapbook pages with rubberstamps I decided to learn what it takes to work digitally. And start creating my own art work. Now that my course is coming to an end I realize one of the the differences between the Digital Design Program 1 1/2 years and the Graphic Design Associate Degree 2 1/2 years is the art classes. As much as I want to get my Associates or Bachelors in Graphic Design, I can't afford to continue. I started searching the web for some free art classes, not expecting to find much of anything and I landed on your site. VERY EXCITED! Here I can learn what I felt was lacking in my education and hopefully hit the ground running with my own invitation business when I'm done. Thank you for your generosity in this area!

Judy Neef

----- Thank you for sending the links. I live in Sunnyvale, California. I came upon your site when I was searching the internet for some ideas for developing lessons for a free art class I wanted to offer kids in my neighborhood.

Best regards,

Saba

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I did the Intermediate Painting and two months after, I sold a painting in a local gallery. They want me to have a show in the spring, so I'm painting, painting, painting!

Thanks, for your help and comments,

Carolyn

Winsted, CT

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Your demos are great. What a fine way to get used to working with oil pastels.

Dave Cornwell