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About Me

I'm Angélique Glennon

INSPIRATION

My 6-year old child’s project: seeds and grains to make an owl. I thought “I can use a material to make something different”. At 24 years old: I used a broken guitar string to make earrings. Phone cables left behind by the phone company? I created jewelry with them. I sold my artwork locally in France before moving to the US. “Unusual materials” in jewelry became the Unfunction Collection™.

The aerial views of the Earth and Moon on an atlas gifted to me as a child stayed in my memory: I found an aerial view of a beach in a postcard in my 30’s. I painted  my own version multiple times. Then I had this idea: use the bird’s eye view beach theme and make it a series of jewelry in that theme. That was followed by the Golf course series, The Floating Market, etc. Those became the Frameables Collection™.

From accidental events like mis-seeing or mis-hearing something, breaking a glass or a post card, I create newness: that which doesn’t exist yet. I am inspired.

The artwork is meant to be frivolous, playful and has a carefree touch even when dealing with serious subjects such as “Racism” or “War”. It's all about designing.

 WHAT IS "OUI, THE PEOPLE 'NEWELRY'"?

'Newelry' is a new type of artwork. This evolved, playful and whimsical Newelry artwork is displayed on a matching painting encased in a beautiful custom plexiglass box with a door that opens. Newelry is about what we, as people, do and/or use in the western human civilization. Most of the Newelry pieces are conceptual in nature and are meant to show what has been made available to me in creating jewelry after I freed myself up from what jewelry has to be or should be. For those readers who don't know French, no problem! We have a play on words here. "Oui" in French is pronounced the same way as 'We' in English, and it means "Yes". "Newelry" is the combination of "new' and "jewelry". Therefore, to translate, we have: "Yes", The People New Jewelry". I am also a language teacher and I love creating new words! Playfulness is the essence!

PURPOSE

Making art to make art. I inspire and entertain. Artists are the visionaries of society. I believe art can be transporting and euphoric. Then, for me, the inspiration turns into fear of not knowing HOW to create (which can take sometimes many months even years). When it’s finished, I am intensely satisfied. I like to contribute to trees from the profits of my artwork.

FUTURE


Each of the unique and whimsical pieces come with a certificate of authenticity. This new conceptual jewelry artwork is called Oui, The People Newelry™. These rare creations will never be duplicated, potentially increasing their value!

My art business has been designated as a "Trusted Art Seller" with The Art Storefronts Organization, which means you can shop with confidence, and know that I stand behind the quality and value of my products.



After years of making earrings with unusual materials, one day I was inspired by this postcard to make 18 paintings of aerial ocean and beach views which have colors that don’t exist in reality. That led to asking myself - why not make an aerial view of a beach in a jewelry form? The Frameables Collection™ was born.


On the left are forms of baby vegetables created prior to my leave to America. Those were stylized (made in a simpler form) like what you see on the right, and used in my aerial views of beaches.

MATERIALS & equipment used IN oui, The people Newelry™ 


1 - LIST OF MATERIALS USED

(By alphabetical order) accessories for train modeling (trees, rocks, cars, cotton, trucks, animals, people, moss), aluminum foil, balsa wood, beads, book, buttons, canvas rug, chain, chicken wire, dolls hair, dolls houses supplies, electric post elements, emery paper, fabric, fabric dye, fabric stiffener, findings for jewelry and accessories, found objects or parts or found objects, foam, glues, grains, guitar strings, hay, herbs, jump rings, leather, legumes, metal sheeting, mud, newspaper, paint, paper, phone wires, plaster, plaster band, plastics, resin, rocks, rope, salt, sand, sealer, sculpting material (or other modeling pastes), seeds, shells, strings, styrofoam, tape, threads, toothpicks, tree branches, water, wax paper, wires, wood, wood stain, wool.


2.. WHERE ARE THE MATERIALS FOUND?

(By alphabetical order): Asian markets, Craft stores, Estate sales, Flea markets in California and in Europe, Grocery stores, Hardware stores, High-end fabric stores, Jewelry suppliers, Nature (as permitted), Online (sites like Etsy, for example), Specialty food stores, The street, Train model supply stores, Traveling, Vintage craft markets, Specific manufacturers in the US or in France, Yard sales.


3 - EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS USED

(By alphabetical order): Brushes, Cotton swabs, Different types of cutters, knives and scissors, Flexible shaft, Food processor, Pliers (different types),  Glue guns, Jewelry dental tools, Hands, Hot tip tool, Needles (different types), Sewing machine, Toothpicks, Tweezers, Various paints.

career highlights

I am a self-taught artist. I have been represented in the past for my museum-quality paintings by the Art Rental Program of the Armand Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.. I have worked with multiple media: oil and acrylic painting, drawing, sculpture, assemblages, Haute Couture dress design, jewelry and accessory making. My artwork has been shown in a couple of solo shows in the Los Angeles area. My life has been full as I was also bodybuilding for over sixteen years! My background is legal and trilingual.

I am a self-taught teacher and have my own school Speak It Like A Native and have been writing, designing, creating and teaching my French and Spanish courses since 1998, taking people from "Bonjour" or "Hola" to fluency. I love philosophy and personal training & development which I have done since 1998.

Early works in jewelry













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