Wire Work Jewelry Designer
Dallas Lovett designs have captured the attention of many
across the globe, "whose distinctive,
intricately wire worked jewelry designs could be described as
“modern baroque” for all the
fantastic twists and turns within each piece” said Editor in chief
of Beadwork Magazine,
Marlene Blessings. “His style is so distinctive that if you see a
student wearing one of his pieces....,
you can tell immediately that she/he has taken a Dallas Lovett
class”, said Doris Coghill in an article
she wrote about him for Beadwork Magazine.
His philosophy and approach to design is to take his chosen
medium to a higher professional
standard. The way Dallas teaches his classes which is
step-by-step, he makes it easy to follow
allowing the students to
create a successful finished
piece in class, whether they are
or advanced. He actively encourages each student’s
further exploration of the arts.
Dallas graduated Woodbury University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree
in Fashion Design. He
has been teaching jewelry wire art design at shows, bead stores, bead societies,
and internationally for 17 years. He is credited and awarded in many
competitions through out his
design career. Dallas always has something new to offer his students
and his out going approach
teaching creates a fun learning atmosphere in the classroom, hence
"Weave it, Wire it, Lovett".
Dallas has designed a line of wire wrapping jewelry kits that
can be purchased at:
14201 North 14th Place
Phoenix, AZ 85022
Workshop Schedule ~
Cruise 2013 ~
Last Updated: 01-17-2011
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