Julia Lowther
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  • Seattle, WA
  • United States
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Julia Lowther joined Lorena Angulo's group

Behind the Brooch

This exhibition focuses on a side of the brooch we usually do not pay much attention to: the back side. Our first look is naturally always trained at the front, but when we do take the time to look at the back of a brooch, it will oftentimes reveal a surprising aspect for us, a delightful little secret. With this exhibition, I would like to let you in on that secret, something that typically only the maker and the wearer know about. I hope you will enjoy with me this selection of brooches by…See More
Oct 21, 2012
Julia Lowther and Marina Sheetikoff are now friends
Jul 28, 2012
Julia Lowther joined Marina Sheetikoff's group


CHAINcrafthaus online exhibit:November 2-December 2, 2012 Participants were asked to send one image of a piece of chain between 10 and 20 cm long. The online exhibit is the result of the images selected and linked in a long and unique chain shown on real size.These works are visually connected by a round jump link. See More
Jul 28, 2012
Julia Lowther and Mellington Cartwright are now friends
Apr 15, 2012
Anne Randall left a comment for Julia Lowther
"Hi Julia!  Thanks for "friending" me...looks like a great site with lots to explore. Anne"
Jan 31, 2012
Anne Randall and Julia Lowther are now friends
Jan 31, 2012
Julia Lowther and Marilyn O'Hara are now friends
Feb 2, 2011
Julia Lowther left a comment for Brigitte Martin
"Maybe :)! I'm pretty busy organizing the "Demo Days" pre-conference series of demonstrations, and I'm a terrible procrastinator, so who knows what I'll actually turn up with at the "Swap-Meet"!"
Nov 4, 2010
Brigitte Martin left a comment for Julia Lowther
"I hope to finally meet you in Seattle !!!!!! :-) Will you be doing bat pins ?"
Nov 2, 2010
Julia Lowther and Revere Academy are now friends
Nov 2, 2010
Julia Lowther is now a member of crafthaus
Mar 7, 2010

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Seattle, WA
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My formal academic degrees culminated in an MA in English Literature. Artist statements are quite the hardest things I've ever had to write.
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At 8:33am on September 24, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership renewal and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through October 15, 2015.

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At 3:14pm on January 31, 2012, Anne Randall said…

Hi Julia!  Thanks for "friending" me...looks like a great site with lots to explore.


At 8:31pm on November 2, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
I hope to finally meet you in Seattle !!!!!! :-) Will you be doing bat pins ?
At 12:58pm on March 7, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
Welcome to crafthaus, the network for artists and fine craftsmen/women ! I am very glad you joined us !

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Brigitte Martin liked Aric Verrastro's blog post Pigment of Our Imagination
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Brigitte Martin commented on Aric Verrastro's blog post Pigment of Our Imagination
"Hello Sam and Aric - Are there more pieces on display than you are showing in this blog post?"
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Sam Mitchell liked Aric Verrastro's blog post Pigment of Our Imagination
12 hours ago
Aric Verrastro posted a blog post

Pigment of Our Imagination

Pigment of Our ImaginationAn exhibition of collaborative and independent work by Samantha Mitchell and Aric Verrastro. The work is currently on display at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in the Geoffrey A. Wolpert Gallery from Oct. 20th to Dec.…See More
14 hours ago
Jenna Shaifer is now a member of crafthaus
20 hours ago
2Roses replied to Jessica Todd's discussion Redefining the Residency | Alliance of Artists Communities Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon in the group The MFA Guidebook for Studio Artists
"No apology needed Harriete. You were expressing a commonly held sentiment. Getting it on the table allowed that perspective to become part of the discussion. At its core, it is the idea that a residency carries with it certain expectations and…"
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Harriete Estel Berman replied to Jessica Todd's discussion Redefining the Residency | Alliance of Artists Communities Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon in the group The MFA Guidebook for Studio Artists
"My apologies for the "monkey in a cage" terminology. It seems cavalier. I was thinking of the so called "Artist in Residencies" that are supposed to be visible to tour groups etc. Surely, there are "Artist in Residencies…"
Brigitte Martin commented on Michael Radyk's status
"Have fun!! Be on the lookout for Bettina Matzkuhn from Vancouver, Canada."


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