Kristen Goetz
  • Hollidaysburg, PA
  • United States
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At 8:12pm on January 30, 2012, Caitie Sellers said…

Hi! Yes, Asheville is the magic mountain, no one wants to leave once they make their first visit. There are plenty of studio opportunities and I've been able to make most of my living working for other established metalsmiths, so I'd say you'd probably do well here! Let me know if you ever decide to come down!

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