Hello there! I’m Jessica Moreau-Berry, a mixed-media jewelry artist from Maine who enjoys combining gently weathered vintage objects with newer materials to create one-of-a-kind wearable art.
I live in an old farmhouse called “The Plenty To Do Farm” with hubby Jon, our yellow lab Rudy and our tabby cat Weezie. We enjoy gardening, kayaking, boating and hiking.
For many, many years I dealt in antiques, and sold them alongside my hand-painted furniture. About 4 years ago, I decided it was time to make a change. I sold my antique inventory and said goodbye to the furniture. I wanted to continue to create, but needed to do so on a smaller scale. After discovering the world of “altered arts”, I quickly taught myself how to create jewelry. The discovery has been a rewarding one, especially because I can still work with pretty little antique objects and know that these sweet treaures can live on, but with a twist! This is why I decided to call my business “Junque Revival”.
You can find me at my blog:
I also write for:
and you can find my published works in:
~”A Charmimg Exchange” by Ruth Rae and Kelly Snelling
~”Exhbition 36: Mixed-Media Explorations & Exhibitions” by Susan Tuttle
~Belle Amoire Jewelry Magazine Winter 2008
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