Category Archives: Larry Knox

To be Continued………

Larry and I are very busy at Green Willow Studio creating our work, teaching classes. So busy in fact, that we’ve decided to split this site into two new art websites. Mine is called Flora Doehler – visual artist and … Continue reading

Posted in Bear River, Flora Doehler, Larry Knox, painting, silversmithing

Holiday Craft Shows

Larry and I are busy creating pieces for the upcoming craft shows in the area. Our first stop, this coming Saturday, is the Holiday Spirit Craft Show at the Rebekah Hall in Bear River.  (See poster below). Each pendant has … Continue reading

Posted in artist, Bear River, copper, craft show, enamel, Flora Doehler, Larry Knox, metalsmith, metalwork | 1 Comment

Metal Arts Guild Awards for Larry Knox

Larry joined the Metal Arts Guild of Nova Scotia after moving here from Ontario 4 years ago. It is the only Metal Guild in the province and the majority of its members live in the Halifax/ Dartmouth area, a 3 … Continue reading

Posted in artist, Bear River, brass, copper, enamel, hollowware, jewellery, Larry Knox, Metal Arts Guild of Nova Scotia, metalsmith, metalwork, patina, silversmithing | 4 Comments

The Round, Brilliant Gemstone Ring

Hello I’m Larry Knox.  I spend part of my time faceting gemstones and then I design and make custom settings for them.  I want to show and tell you about the ring I made with this round brilliant green gemstone that … Continue reading

Posted in Bear River, gemstone, gold, jewellery, jewelrey, Larry Knox, metalsmith, ring, silver, silversmithing, tutorial | 8 Comments

Intentions for 2011 at Green Willow Studio

Our Green Willow tree,  Cordelia, has finally dropped her leaves. A Cherry tree stands to the right and produces tasty cherries that drip down your chin in the summertime.  Mostly the birds get the bounty as the limbs are too … Continue reading

Posted in acrylic painting, art gallery, artist, Bear River, creativity, Flora Doehler, Larry Knox, New Year's resolutions, Nova Scotia, oil painting, painting technique, silversmithing | 8 Comments

Through the Studio Window

As an artist I believe it is important to show some stages of development in the creation of a piece of work. It gives the viewer a window into the making stage that is not present once the work is … Continue reading

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