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MERYSA NICHOLS

ARTIST

Some New Rings

The rush is on to get gifts in time for the holidays. I heard over the past year from customers that they would like me to offer some smaller sized rings. So, I finally got around to making and listing them. More are in progress but I thought I should share these with you, in […]

The Panoramic View

Here we are, the first week of December already evaporating before our eyes. Is it just me or is time moving faster? Is a week now like a day? This year has been one of learning for me. Often, challenging in its ways, and hard to determine at times if I was making any progress. […]

We Deserve Good Things

I’m running a 10% off sale in my Etsy shop from now until December 2, 2019. Use the code IDESERVETHIS at checkout. When I look back at this year, I am shocked to see progress. While I was living through it, it felt like slow-motion running, in a dream. I would often, at night, wonder […]

What’s New?

I just finished my second Renegade Craft Fair in Los Angeles, held last weekend in LA State Historic Park. I had made a lot of new things for the event since I am never sure what the mood is going to be each time I sell in person. Sometimes, everyone wants rings. Sometimes, its all […]

Sneak Peek

I’m busy getting some new pieces finished for next weekend’s Renegade L.A. held in L.A. State Historic Park. I work very slowly, so it can take me a year (or longer) before I actually turn a drawing into a piece of jewelry. Often, I’m uncertain if anyone will like what I’m thinking about, but then […]

Come Visit Me

All these and much more will be at the Pasadena Arts and Crafts Show this Thursday through Sunday at the Hilton Pasadena. For more information visit www.artsandcraftsshow.com. Returning customers can enjoy a 10% discount.  And don’t forget, I offer free gift wrapping and use the most beautiful paper. See you there. Please follow and like […]

National Cat Day

I guess its already been four years since Ray came into our lives. At the time, I wasn’t sure I could repeat the experience of having a pet, after our 16 year old cat, Pickles, moved on. He seemed so irreplaceable. And it turns out he was. My husband picked Ray out and before I […]

Plant Care

On a recent visit to my Los Angeles Public Library branch, I discovered a book from 1972 about plant care. I felt I had seen it before and my mother probably had this. She was obsessed with reading and collecting books (and plants). We had many. Nothing fancy, just tons of books. Some of my […]