really like this!.. i started working with graphite on etched enamel. check out my images here on crafthaus. it's brand new work. i'm going to keep pursuing it. did i read/see somewhere that you will be in…"
"i'm loving your work too!! less enamel and more recycled work? i have a bunchmore images to upload. maybe i'll do it while i'm working here. absolutely 3 rivers for me. still my best show of the year.…"
i'm loving your work too!! less enamel and more recycled work? i have a bunchmore images to upload. maybe i'll do it while i'm working here. absolutely 3 rivers for me. still my best show of the year. it would be fab if you were there. would you be moving back to pgh or just come up for the show? if you're just coming up, we could room together, if you'd want. i'm trying to do a lot more of my shows by myself now. long story. we'd need to see each other. anne
Your welcome and Thanks. I bought the one with the yellow rectangle and the nut. I get many compliments, they are terrific. I think Craft Alliance could sell in them in the gallery shop. If you are interested talk to Kris the manager .
hi kat, i was just on here looking for calls and happened to see your necklace image somewhere adn clicked and it was you! hope all is great at ecu. i JUST got back from a team teach masters class at john campbell with jan harrell and mary chuduk. what a fabulous experience. i'm totally energized. anne
Kat! Que Bonita! Those two installations I just saw on your slide show thing are breathtaking! I'm really impressed to see how your work has progressed since VCU, you've really got something great going on.
How goes it? I'm living in Montana, trying to set up a jewelry studio. Let me know what's up, it's been a long time.
What are the adornments of dictators, despots, and the plain delusional? What do they need in order to let their real personalities shine through? What tools do tyrants have to show that they are in charge? See for yourself!
Grandpa Wooley, "LOOK", Brooch
Internet photocopy of Gerard Depardieu and Vladimir Putin. Plexiglas, fabric, imitation leather, yarn, wood, silver brooch.
"I'm not sure I can actually say I'm a jeweller, since most people mean a metalsmith when they say that. I'm still strictly a beader, it's just that I use metal tubes as my beads and I "string" them into geometric…"