Carol Perich
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I am a metal and fiber artist recently retired from the mental health field where I worked as an art therapist with clients challenged by the effects of chronic mental illness and addiction. I hold a BFA in studio art, a MFA in painting, and spent a year in a textile program studying surface design. More recently I found a local jewelry arts school offering basic bench techniques and decided it was time to get serious about moving metal! Earlier in my career I was a graphic artist and typesetter who after completing an apprenticeship earned journeyman status as a commercial lithographer. I now consider myself a full-time metal and fiber artist.
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http://www.ritualstitch.etsy.com

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At 9:39am on September 1, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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