Mary Hallam Pearse
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  • Athens, GA
  • United States
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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
In beautiful Athens, Georgia
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The University of Georgia Athens, Georgia
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Jewelry/Metals
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http://art.uga.edu/people.php?id=5025&dt=p

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Study Jewelry in Cortona Italy at Cotona Italy

January 14, 2013 at 6pm to August 5, 2013 at 7pm
The University of Georgia Summer Studies Abroad Program Cortona Italy Jewelry+Metals classes with Mary Hallam PearseJune 05-August 05, 2013 Application Deadline: February 1, 2013 Since 1970, the University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy has been a leader in international arts education. This Program provides a challenging opportunity for the serious art student who wishes to combine international travel with an intensive studio and classroom experience. The medieval hill…See More
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"How I would love to do this! Unfortunately, I am booked all summer."
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At 7:59am on March 27, 2013, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 11:27am on May 22, 2012, nisa blackmon said…

Hey, congratulations on your student's Windgate (sp?) Fellowship!

At 2:14pm on October 8, 2011, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…

8 months or 80 years old...doesn't matter to me, the work is still awesome!!!!

 

At 12:45pm on October 8, 2011, Heidemarie Herb said…

Love your works, compliments :) !!!

At 10:40am on October 8, 2011, Jill Baker Gower said…

Your new pieces are fantastic!

At 10:13am on October 8, 2011, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…

love the new work

At 3:00pm on July 5, 2010, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…
Hi Mary,

I LOVE your new pieces.
At 5:34pm on June 29, 2010, Tara Locklear said…
thanks so much! i'm excited to be on here!
At 11:55am on January 4, 2010, Ashley Buchanan said…
thank you mary! i appreciate that
At 4:12pm on September 13, 2009, Joe Churchman said…
Thank you :-)
 
 
 

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