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California College of the Arts, and studio metalsmith
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My studio practice involves vitreous enamel on fabricated copper and steel, creating jewelry, sculpture and some architectural elements. I teach Color on Metal at California College of the Arts in Oakland, CA, and also at art institutions throughout the US, and England.
my condolences on the loss of your dad. you take care of what you need now and i will get back in touch later on, when i start building it, probably in mid june. i appreciate that you even took the time right now. how very thoughtful. may the next few weeks be as peaceful as possible for you. anne
hi deb, i don't know if you remember helping me out a year or two ago about how to fire larger pieces, but it worked like a charm. i have a different question that you might be able to help with. i want to be able to fire pieces that are going to take more heat than i'm presently using and i'm going to be building a new ventilation system to handle it. can you give me any help with what kind of fan i should get? we're thinking of building a large come format over the work space but i'm not sure what kind of fan to get. any help or direction you can give would be greatly appreciated. hey, will you be at the conf in toronto? anne
Things are moving fast. Sami is now running all over the house - I can't believe it. I want to freeze him time for just a little while longer. I'm trying to keep making work which at times is keeping me sane and then making me insane. Hope you're doing well.
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