Watch Melanie on HSN

Melanie Gobril

Multi-lingual globetrotter Melanie Barse Gobril appears on her own HSN segment, Studio Barse, to promote her Barse jewelry line. The Barse name derives from the 19th Century American artist George Randolph Barse, who is Melanie's great uncle. In addition to inclusion in museums and institutes throughout the nation, George Randolph Barse was one of the few artists chosen to decorate the Library of Congress. He was known as a master craftsman, delicate in line and color and skilled in composition. Melanie is committed to the creative elegance and beauty inherited from the distinguished painter. She seeks artistic inspiration from her travels to the myriad of cultures that she explores throughout the world. Seeing the beauty in everything from classic Greek architecture to the Balinese jungles, Melanie brings the beauty of these cultures to her jewelry. Studio Barse on HSN allows Melanie to showcase her designs and share her design inspirations derived from her travels. Melanie was featured on HSN's International Women's Day, a celebration of the achievement of women across the globe. Keep an eye on her as she continually introduces new collections, live on HSN.

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Barse co-founders Michael Gobril and Melanie Barse Gobril pictured with George Randolph Barse's study sketches of his Library of Congress murals

The George Randolph Barse mural at The Library of Congress