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Lisa Barth is a wire jewelry artist and a Senior level certified teaching metal clay instructor from Atlanta, Georgia. She teaches wire artistry and metal clay and absolutely loves sharing her passion for this art. She has been published in several magazines, including the cover of Bead&Button, Australian Beading, BeadStyle, Metal Clay Artist Magazine, Bead&Button's Creative Beading Vol. 4. She has two more articles for Bead&Button coming in 2011. Her work has bean featured in Barbara McGuire's book called Creative Canes and she has appeared on Live television, presenting her work.
Lisa will be teaching at the Metal Clay World Conference in Chicago in July, 2011. Bezel setting stones is her specialty and will be sharing her expertise in designing organically, achieving harmony between stone and setting. She is always learning and pushing herself to be achieve excellence. "I haven't made it yet but I intend to take a life time getting there. Anyone who wishes to learn with me is welcome to come on aboard. Life is short, let's have some fun"!
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Lisa, I'm so glad you joined Crafthaus! Be sure and join the interest group, New Directions. That's where the metal clay artists hare hanging that are going to participate in the exhibition. See you there!
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