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Ting-Ya Lin

Country: Taiwan
Course: Jewelry Design
Program: Master Course
Period: Jan 10, 2022 - Jul 29, 2022

I was a nurse, but with my love and interest in art, I studied interior design, jewelry design, and metalworking-related courses at the Institute of Applied Fine Arts at Fu Jen University in Taiwan. I like jewelry design very much, so I was honored to participate in the design competition held by the school, and I won the prize.
I decided to come here to take the jewelry design course for improving my drawing ability and deepen my knowledge of jewelry design. I hope that my design works will be appreciated and that I will open my own studio in the future.

Apr. 25, 2022 | Posted in Reports, Jewelry Design , | Tags:, Reporter: Ting-Ya Lin | Course: Jewelry Design

Jewelry Design Master Course (n.1)

This week we started the first class. The teacher explained the course content, the items that need to be prepared for the class and self-introduction, what is three views and how to draw three views.
It’s difficult to practice the hand-drawing technique of curves. I need to practice it more.
I am very happy to take the jewelry design course here, because I learn the drawing skills that I don’t have much, and the teacher Monica is very good, I like her very much, and thank her for everything she’s teaching me.
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
I live in an apartment arranged by the school and I like it very much even though I often hear the sound of a train passing by. I like my roommate very much, we cook together, chat together, share joy together. I like the sunshine here very much. I started to study Italian language so that I can communicate with others.
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Art Visit :
Place:Palazzo Nonfinito (Museo di Storia Naturale)

This is a building more than 400 years ago. According to legend, it has not been completed because of a curse. However, I think the difference between the three buildings makes it even more special.
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Art Visit :
Place:Fortezza da Basso

This bunker reminds me of Anping Fort in Taiwan. Anping Fort, the oldest fort in Taiwan. It was built about 300 years ago, in 1624, during Dutch occupation. At that time, the fort used to be an international business center in Asia. The same is to expel the enemy, the same has fort and watchtowers, and the same is the historical relic.
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Art stage :
Sketch Arno river side

This bunker reminds me of Anping Fort in Taiwan. Anping Fort, the oldest fort in Taiwan. It was built about 300 years ago, in 1624, during Dutch occupation. At that time, the fort used to be an international business center in Asia. The same is to expel the enemy, the same has fort and watchtowers, and the same is the historical relic.
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog
Jewellery Design blog


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