Ask An Artist Returns! Submit your Questions for Tony Moeller

This chainmaille artisan is a prolific portrait maker, and here’s your chance to ask him about his work!

artist tony moeller holding framed chainmaille tiger inlayTime to meet another fantastic chainmaille artist who has agreed to let us pick their brain for our “Ask an Artist” blog series!

Tony Moeller is an incredibly talented artist in Georgia. He’s captivated me with his gift for making portrait inlays out of chainmaille. Yep, each of the lovely pieces of artwork you see here is made one ring at a time!  See some of his work below, and let me know what sorts of questions you’d love to ask him.


starry night chainmaille inlay by tony moeller cherry blossom inlay made of chainmaille chainmaille inlay of happy couple

While many of his art pieces are about 8-12 inches across, he also creates plenty of smaller pieces:

veteran holding POW MIA art made of chainmaille
And, Tony is no stranger to a furry supervisor who likes to be close to the action!

red pliers on a cat with a chainmaille project in the background

It’s your turn to pick Tony’s brain. Submit your questions from now until Friday, April 13th! Here’s how to get your question to Tony:

1. Write it in the comments section at the end of this blog entry
2. Post it to our wall on facebook:
3. Email it to [email protected]


heath ledger as the joker made out of chainmailleConnect with Tony:

Facebook page: Tony’s Ring Art
Patreon: Tony Moeller
Etsy Shop: TonysRingArt

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6 years 3 months ago

How do you decide how many colors to use? For example, if you take a picture and zoom in to see the pixels, there will be way more colors than are available in rings. So how do you narrow down how many colors to use? Any particular suppliers you like because of the large selection of colors?