Deanna Ooley
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"Thanks for the link, Kathy always does such lovely work! Money and jewelry have a very long history- though coins are more often used than paper money. If you enjoy currency art, you may wish to check out these other artists- though Justine Smith…"
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University of North Texas
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Currently a TA at the College of Visual Arts and Design while completing my MFA in Art Metals
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At 9:27am on September 10, 2013, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership payment and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through September 15, 2014.
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At 10:56pm on October 25, 2010, Colleen Corinne Terry said…
At 7:15am on August 13, 2010, julie prunier vecchio said…
Hi !
Brigitte told me you were looking for informations about jewelry schools in France ?
I can help
Julie
At 1:43pm on July 19, 2010, Tara J. Brannigan said…
Fantastic work! Congrats on the feature!
At 9:36pm on June 28, 2010, Francesca Vitali said…
Hi roommie!!!
So happy to see you here :)
At 7:16pm on June 28, 2010, Angela Baduel-Crispin said…
Hi Deanna, thanks for connecting. You do interesting work.
o:-)
At 9:06am on April 7, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
How is your artbook coming along ?
At 8:43am on January 5, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Hello Deanna:-)))

How nice to be able to connect a face with a name now and, of course, welcome to crafthaus ! I am very glad you joined us.

Please add some images of your work and your comments to the blog/discussion topics that are already posted. Of course, if there is something else you'd much rather talk about, please add that to the site so that the rest of us can chime in.

I really hope you will enjoy being with this network and find the exchanges interesting and fun. The more you put into it, the more you will get out of it, for sure.

If there are ever any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me anytime. I will do my best to be of help.

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