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Let's Talk to Paul Sacaridiz and Michael Radyk!

Hello dear readers!In this blog post I’d like to share some great insights from another awesome conversation at the 2017 SNAG conference. I got the chance to have a chat with Michael Radyk, Director of Education for the American Craft Council, and Paul Sacaridiz, Executive Director of Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. They both had some valuable…See More
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Conference Chat with Aurelie Guillaume

Hello again, fellow intrepid makers! Today I’m sharing some tidbits and insights from a lovely conversation I had with Aurélie Guillaume, a fabulous art jeweler and enamelist from Montréal, Canada. Currently she is the artist in residence at Lillstreet Gallery, and will be their featured jewelry artist for the month of July. I spoke with her about her work, her current career path, and her thoughts on making a living in the “art jewelry…See More
Jun 27
Brigitte Martin replied to Amarette Gregor's discussion Let's GO!!! in the group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"Nice start to your blog. I am so glad to hear you had a good time!"
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Let's GO!!!

OH. MY. GOODNESS. Is there anything better than being in a room full of your fellow nerds? Really, I can’t think of anything. Especially when those nerds are METALSMITHS. I’m finally getting back in the swing of things after returning from New Orleans last week, and I gotta say… My final verdict on the SNAG conference is (drum roll please) IT’S AMAZING! YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY GO!!! Ok, I’ll try and cut out the shouting. But it’s been a week, and I’m still blown away by how great my first…See More
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Harriete E Berman replied to Amarette Gregor's discussion Let's Get Ready... in the group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"There are two approaches to the pin swap. Option 1.Bring a lot of pins and trade with anyone. Option  2. Bring a limited quantity of top quality pins and trade pins carefully. (10-50 pins.) I am a little tired and disappointed with Option 1.…"
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Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets

I’ve always been a nosy person: I want to know everything that’s going on, and why. Now that I’ve embarked on a career in the art jewelry and fine craft fields, my curiosity has found new focus. How did that artist get where they are? What advice do established makers have for others? How is everyone making a living? This blog is an opportunity to ask all the questions bouncing around in my head, and muse a bit in a more official format about my burgeoning career.See More
May 18
Brigitte Martin replied to Amarette Gregor's discussion Let's Get Ready... in the group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"Don't worry about the pin swap. Everybody exchanges pins with everybody. It's fun and easy."
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Amarette Gregor added a discussion to the group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
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Welcome back, my lovelies! As I begin my blogging journey with the SNAG conference in mind, I’m thinking a lot about all the bits and pieces I have to accomplish before my trip. My goal is to squeeze out as much benefit as I can from this trip, and in typical fashion I try and control the uncontrollable by planning til exhaustion. So my conference prep checklist includes these big-ticket items:- Plan for the trunk show.The soft fiber in my work presents a challenge. Displays can’t be over half…See More
May 17
Amarette Gregor replied to Amarette Gregor's discussion Let's Get Started... in the group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"Hi Roxy! Thank you for adding your thoughts. I LOVE your work, and it just goes to show-- knowledge can come from many sources."
May 15
Amarette Gregor commented on Amarette Gregor's group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"Thanks, Jessica! I'd love to chat in New Orleans, and add your story to my collection."
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Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets

I’ve always been a nosy person: I want to know everything that’s going on, and why. Now that I’ve embarked on a career in the art jewelry and fine craft fields, my curiosity has found new focus. How did that artist get where they are? What advice do established makers have for others? How is everyone making a living? This blog is an opportunity to ask all the questions bouncing around in my head, and muse a bit in a more official format about my burgeoning career.See More
May 13
Jessica Todd commented on Amarette Gregor's group Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets
"Brigitte, that would be lovely! I get in Sunday morning and am staying in the Garden District until Wednesday, when I'll move over to the conference hotel. I'm doing a workshop at Thomas Mann on Tuesday, and visiting Joan Mitchell Center…"
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Nosy in New Orleans: Tell Me All Your Secrets

I’ve always been a nosy person: I want to know everything that’s going on, and why. Now that I’ve embarked on a career in the art jewelry and fine craft fields, my curiosity has found new focus. How did that artist get where they are? What advice do established makers have for others? How is everyone making a living? This blog is an opportunity to ask all the questions bouncing around in my head, and muse a bit in a more official format about my burgeoning career.See More
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Mixed media, mainly metal and fibers.

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Nisa Blackmon

"Symbihome", 2017

Copper, vitreous enamel, luster.

6.5"l x 4.5"w x 1.25"h.

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