Corey Ackelmire
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  • Houston, TX
  • United States
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Corey Ackelmire commented on 2Roses's blog post How traffic pirates skim revenue from your Etsy shop
"Why is this commission worse than when artists sell work through brick and mortar galleries that often take 50% commission?  Don't those galleries also use artists' images for promotion, etc.?  I'm just curious."
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"is this formed, or is it an optical illusion?"
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Corey Ackelmire left a comment for jenny Fillius
"Thanks so much!  Your work is delightful!--I love your combinations of materials"
Jun 21, 2011
jenny Fillius left a comment for Corey Ackelmire
"The "hat pins" (?) are fabulous, absolutely fabulous. The toothbrushes instantly stuck me as hilarious and I don't even know why. Your silver spoon shows your exquisite talent and craftsmanship the former shows your sense of humor and…"
Jun 21, 2011

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Houston, TX
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Houston Community College
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educator, maker, metalsmith
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At 8:30pm on June 21, 2011, jenny Fillius said…
The "hat pins" (?) are fabulous, absolutely fabulous. The toothbrushes instantly stuck me as hilarious and I don't even know why. Your silver spoon shows your exquisite talent and craftsmanship the former shows your sense of humor and I am delighted by both.
At 9:29am on June 8, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 10:38am on December 2, 2009, Sean W Scully said…
Just saw that show at Scarab Club on Flikr. Congrats! Looks like it was a great show!
At 1:50pm on November 19, 2009, 2Roses said…
Hi Corey,
The etsy/shopping cart feature is something Brigitte added several months ago. If I recall there is a small link on your member page that lets you add a cart or link up to your etsy site.
If it doesn't jump out at you, drop Brigitte a note. She'll hook you right up.
Thanks
Corliss & John
At 12:22pm on September 27, 2009, Sean W Scully said…
Congrats on the Featured Artist! Great exploration with the new work!
All that's left are the autoflossers!
At 9:50am on September 27, 2009, Deborrah Daher said…
Hi Corey - so fun to see another St. Louisan's work. There's a lot of creativity here! I really enjoy seeing your "re-inventions"...most of them look like they could run around on their own. Very fun!
At 7:26pm on July 26, 2009, peg fetter said…
Hey Corey,
glad you like my work! I do belong to MWM, but sadly I never go to the meetings. There are a lot of really good metalsmiths here, and many of them teach at Craft Alliance, that would be a great place to start. I would also be happy to introduce you to some metalsmiths that I am close to. My email is: pegfetter@yahoo.com, phone: 314-960-4610
At 2:38am on April 5, 2009, marcus marguillier said…
you put a smile on my face this morning, thanks !
love your work.
At 1:25pm on February 1, 2009, Masako Onodera said…
Hello, I am enjoying Bowling Green! But I am still struggling to be productive for my work and strong, cold, mean wind.... It is getting better, though.
Well, since we are both in OH and pretty close each other, should find a chance to do something together!
At 9:03am on January 30, 2009, Masako Onodera said…
Hi Corey, good to see you here!!! I am excited that you are at Kent now! How is everything going?
 
 
 

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