Nanz Aalund
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  • Bellingham, WA
  • United States
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I teach jewelry workshops across the country for regional guilds and schools. I write technical jewelry skill articles for hobby/craft magazines and authored the essays in the book "Masters Gold" published by Lark Books in 2009.
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At 1:59pm on December 8, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…
Thank you very much for your membership payment and support of Crafthaus. Your membership is valid through December 15, 2015.

Enjoy Crafthaus, participate often. Hope to see you in Toronto!!!
At 10:16pm on May 20, 2011, Linda Kaye-Moses said…

Hello Nanz,

After seeing your work, here and there and everywhere, it was fun to see your studio on SS. What hoot! You are making stunning work in half a kitchen. Way to go, Girl!

At 2:10pm on November 28, 2010, Kristi Zevenbergen said…
Thank you lovely! I'm pretty good. I have a show in San Diego that I have to have done B/4 the end of the year. It opens early May but I'm working tax season again. Tax season actually fits in pretty well with my jewelry commitments. I'm out of commission between Feb 1 and April 15th, but aside from that - I have pretty good flexibility and time for making work. I'm 3/4 done with the San Diego stuff and I have some great pieces to make on my design tables that are unrelated to that show. Since all the problems of San Diego are done - I'm itchin to get to this work I've been developing off and on over the last few years. I'm not teaching very much - but still a little. I miss it a lot, but it has allowed my own work to be closer to the front burner. It's a real conundrum. The work becomes lonely, but that is what it takes to get it made. If not for droning forensics and true crime in the back ground I don't think I would survive. (by the way droning - good in this case). Did I see some kind of board position open for SNAG - treasurer or something? I can't remember what your position is. My membership lapsed, but I'll re-up pretty soon. Same w/my SMG membership. Gotta get that done. I'm looking forward to the conference in May. I was supposed to be the local "$" gal, but the organization of that changed so that there was no need. It's really good news because when I committed to that 3 years ago I wasn't working tax seasons. Ok - now I'm writing a book. Obviously it's been too long. Would love to see you.

Hugs to you missy!
At 12:21pm on November 11, 2010, Anika Smulovitz said…
Thank you, Nanz, for the heads up.
Anika
At 5:13pm on September 13, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
I don't know what my 'schedule' will look like during the conference with all the nutty stuff I am involved in next year, BUT I definitely want a 'date' with you, even if it is just for coffee :-)) Let's talk a little closer to the actual event, ok ? I look forward to it already.

Will help trying to get the conference first-timers comfortable now, still remember my own first conference in Cleveland just a few years back....
At 1:34pm on September 8, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
I am really awfully glad I met you on that bus going to the Houston airport! :-)) Maybe we should synchronize our watches to meet up in Seattle again?
At 3:02pm on May 28, 2010, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…
That's awesome Nanz. When will the July issue be available?
At 12:44am on April 15, 2010, Vina Rust said…
Thanks, Nanz - you too! Was great to see you there!
At 9:29am on April 11, 2010, Deborrah Daher said…
Hi Nanz - good to see you here. The rings are amazing works!
 
 
 

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