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Colorado State University
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In creating new work, I consistently look to preexisting forms and structures that share a background of utility and functional design. I find clarity in tasking a seemingly simple, functional object and reconfiguring it somehow. Form, material, and process are all critical components; by engaging formal and functional issues, I create incongruous objects.
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Information, interviews and updates about Finnish and International contemporary jewelry and posted by Rebekah Frank from the symposium, workshops and exhibitions during Koru 4: Kindred Spirits in Imatra, Finland.See More
Thanks Haley. I had a great time that year I presented at COMA, and last year too. I doubt I'll make it to the conference this year though. There's just too much else going on. Though I will be out that way in June doing workshops.
Thank you so much - I am so happy to have been accepted into the show. I just wish I could see it in person... Thanks for all your hard work on it. Also, I want to take the opportunity to say I love your work, it's just stunning.
i am so excited to be a part of the first five exhibition! i'm glad your students like the buckles, i am partial to the mokume as well, love the dirty work! I think my brother and sister who live in denver will try to make it out to see the show, and i have to say, your work rocks!!
"Thanks John... Loved following your posts and imagine my sentiments regarding techie jeweley making to concur with yours. I'm more so an fan of ancient techniques... The hand of the artist seen in the work... Although the scientific mind of…"
- by Rebecca Rose. 2013, SNAG/crafthaus Scholarship Recipient
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