November 11, 2011  |   Blog, Poetry   |   0 Comments
10/19/11

It’s like my fingers are the dam that traps the flood of words that rush… The force of which could crush me.  Does me. Thrusts me into an unspeakable disaster, when reality is gnawing at my feet While I chase after it. I can’t scream. I can’t cry.  There’s just too much inside. And ...

June 19, 2011  |   Blog   |   0 Comments
QUALITY Handmade Jewelry

There are innumerable artists out there that create handmade jewelry so it is imperative to stick to what separates me from the rest.  Aside from my style, which I strive to remain completely unique, it is the quality of my work and the materials I select that help to set ...

June 19, 2011  |   Blog, Delphine's Picks   |   0 Comments
Facing Rejection as an Artist

Facing Rejection as an Artist Trying to get into the great big community of retail is a step I have needed to take for the longest time.  Unfortunately, as an artist, I stand frozen behind the fearful realm of rejection.  Regardless of the bountiful amounts of praise and positive support from ...

June 11, 2011  |   Blog, Poetry   |   2 Comments
Dos Idiomas

It’s like the new social acceptance for words to seep into the ears And whisper of years of inequality.  Diabolically dismantling the phantom of the underdog, the latest blog  Delivering expression quite deliberately in dos idiomas, Mixed tongue, double languages derived from broken-down carriages Arrived ...

June 06, 2011  |   Blog   |   3 Comments
Drawing A Spiritual Connection

If you have taken a few moments to browse through my galleries, you may have noticed that I am not into drawing portraits and would rather draw a made up creature than a realistic person.  I have always been the type of artist to tap into my own imagination rather ...

June 03, 2011  |   Blog, Delphine's Picks   |   0 Comments
Tagua Nut Jewelry (in my own way ;)

About 2 years ago I came across a bead store in Jacksonville, FL that had a bowl of fun colored nut slices.  I learned that these were called Tagua (Tah Wah) Nuts and are the same consistency of ivory from elephant tusks.  I purchased four of them because I was ...

June 01, 2011  |   Blog, Delphine's Picks   |   0 Comments
Drawings: From iLid images to Delphine French..

Many people who recognize my art are familiar with the name iLid Images.  iLid Images was born in order to comprehend the catalyst of my drawings.  It was the symbol that connected my mental understanding of intellectual energy to the final pieces of work I so enjoy creating.  A tangible ...

June 01, 2011  |   Testimonials   |   1 Comment
A sweet note…

Hi sweetie....just wanted to let you know- browsing your website at the moment & i never get tired of seeing your art work & jewelry it is all so mystical and fanciful. I love it, keep up the awesome work! Jamie Gail Pennington

May 31, 2011  |   Blog, Delphine's Picks   |   0 Comments
The Birth of My Wire Wrapped Jewelry

My wire wrapped jewelry is the newest addition, bringing allure and variety to my capacity of art.  It originated as a personal fulfillment.  As an artist, I have found I am equipped with a pretty particular type of style.  My fashion sense is absolutely a direct expression of my inner ...

May 27, 2011  |   Blog, Delphine's Picks, Testimonials   |   0 Comments
Continuing the Gift…

I was lucky enough to receive one of Delphine's necklaces as a gift and since then I've been hooked! I love that Delphine creates unique necklaces that you can't find anywhere. She uses beautiful, high quality stones and crystals to create amazing designs. They are extremely stylish and beautiful, I ...