Donna Greenberg

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smallFashionably late –
polymer’s untapped potential in the fashion world.

 

 

Seminar
May 1, 2014
10:30 – 12:00

May 2, 2014
10:30 – 12:00

Presentation Description:small3 This presentation will explore 2 important questions. Why don’t we see more polymer in the fashion world and why is this important to the polymer arts community.

small2I will draw on my experience over the last 2 years of designing for fashion retail. The  presentation will cover the similarities and differences between polymer art jewelry and fashion jewelry with discussions on how to find more outlets for polymer in the enormous fashion industry. I will also provide many photographic images illustrating how well polymer design fits into today’s fashion trends.

 

Bullet points:  Russia       

  • – Explore ways of adapting polymer jewelry designs to be more ‘Fashion Friendly’ while staying true to your own artistic roots.
  • – View photos of trending designer jewelry that illustrates how many polymer artists are already creating work that would fit into the fashion world.
  • – Discuss ways to get a ‘start’ in marketing your polymer jewelry for fashion retail  and wholesale.
  • – Look at the history that the use of plastic mediums have played in jewelry design over the last 70 years.

About Donna:
Donna Greenberg was raised near the heart of NYC, Donna Greenberg has always been drawn to Manhattan’s cultural vibrancy. Donna’s jewelry and home ware fuses her interests in urban street trends and modern art with her passion for organic forms. As in- house jewelry designer for Sample, SOHO, Donna created seasonal lines of jewelry to compliment the store’s high style image. Her designs have been seen at Fashion Week NYC and in style magazine editorials.

Donna also contributes to From Polymer to Art and The Polymer Arts magazines. In 2013, her work was included in Polymer Clay Global Perspective.

Before discovering polymer, Donna was artist/owner of Patina Painted Finishes and Murals. Her first love was working in ceramics, after earning a BFA degree from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/donflik/

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