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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Steam Junque

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Jane Hamill/SteamJunque

Confession time: sometimes, I’m in a hurry, and I don’t read as carefully as I should. When I was scooping up some of Rowanberry Designs’s Instagram posts for my article The Bedraggled Bohemian, I accidentally grabbed a photo of a piece of copper art by another artist. What a happy accident that turned out to be! Today, we’re exploring the intriguing copper work by artist Jane Hamill. Though she creates curios, accessories, and jewelry components in the steampunk style, her work is so much more. Hamill’s beautiful, collectible copper creations run the gamut from traditional Art Nouveau themes to eclectic, quirky, utterly unique pieces.

In addition to Hamill’s striking copper pieces, she also makes wonderful glassworked beads and cabochons. Though it’s a little hard to imagine, the artist says she struggles with imposter syndrome. I can certainly relate, but I also don’t have Hamill’s skills. I guess that’s an affliction that can strike anyone.

You can follow Jane Hamill’s copper work on SteamJunque, her glass work on JH Art Glass, and her shop on Etsy.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

10 thoughts on “Steam Junque

  1. Nice work but the glass is beautiful. so bright and fun.

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  2. Thank you so much for featuring my work!

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  3. All of them are nice. Interesting work. Hal

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  4. These pieces make my heart go pitter-patter. I really need to own some of the Poe inspired pieces and I adore that whale. Every item you shared is so good!

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  5. This post reminded me of this:


    Steampunk Sea Horse
    by Sergey Varejnikov

    Alison

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  6. Oh good lord the link didn’t work – will try again. You will love it!

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