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"Great idea! Thanks Barbara!"
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Janet Alexander replied to Christine Norton's discussion New Directions Exhibitions and Catalog in the group Metal Clay Playhaus
"You guys are doing a great job! It is a large task to accomplish. It sounds like the catalog is going great and on time. You made the tentative release dated for sometime at the beginning of July.  I thank you guys! (Clapping standing up)"
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Janet Alexander replied to Christine Norton's discussion New Directions Exhibitions and Catalog in the group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Drum roll.... I can't wait to see it in print!"
Jun 18, 2011
Janet Alexander replied to Christine Norton's discussion New Directions Exhibitions and Catalog in the group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Susan,   I have been so busy, I can't remember if I paid or not! Can you look me up and see for me?  "
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Janet Alexander left a comment for Jennifer Smith-Righter
"I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to visit with you. Things got busy."
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"It was nice to meet you too!  And thanks for letting me use your torch.  It's lovely to be able to see your work displayed so beautifully here!"
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"Thanks, Janet! I'm excited to be here. :)"
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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Flower Mound, TX, USA
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Home Studio
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I am a metal artist and instructor. I work in fine silver, sterling silver, gold, and silver metal clay. I teach all aspects of traditional metal smithing to working with metal clay. I have a BFA in Metals from the University of North Texas, certification in stone setting and diamond grading from GIA. I am certified in metal cay through PMC Connection and Rio Grande.
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
http://janetalexander.net
What media do you work with?
14k gold, 24k gold.

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At 10:53am on May 13, 2011, Jennifer Smith-Righter said…
It was nice to meet you too!  And thanks for letting me use your torch.  It's lovely to be able to see your work displayed so beautifully here!
At 8:27pm on April 17, 2011, Margaret R Schindel said…
Thanks, Janet! I'm excited to be here. :)
At 12:59pm on April 17, 2011, Margaret R Schindel said…
Thanks, Janet! This looks like a fabulous community and I'm really glad to be here. :)
At 10:41pm on March 30, 2011, Laurie Yoder said…
Thanks for the friend request, Janet :-)
At 10:31am on March 1, 2011, Christine Norton said…
Hi Janet - I've tried sending New Directions confirmations to your gmail address several times but I think you aren't receiving them.  Just wanted you to know that I received your submissions so you are all set!  Thanks so much!  Christine
At 7:57pm on February 15, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

Dear Janet,


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