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I am a jeweler and sculptor working primarily in two media: handmade paper over wire; and sculptural seed bead jewelry. I sell my work mostly at larger East Coast juried craft shows, but a few galleries too.
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Thanks for your comments on my work. I really enjoyed looking at the forms you've made with beads and with paper. At the moment, I am working on some large forms of paper and wire, playing with the staining that patination can make. I'll put some photos up if they turn out well! - Amber
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