Pam East
  • Alpharetta, GA
  • United States
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MokumeMonsoon

Metal Clay Mokume Gane with enamel by Pam East. Getting all these materials to play nice together was quite the challenge! Had to devise some new techniques to get it to work.
Nov 18, 2011
Pam East and Kimberly Nogueira are now friends
Jul 23, 2011
Gordon K. Uyehara and Pam East are now friends
Jun 21, 2011
Pam East replied to Christine Norton's discussion New Directions Exhibitions and Catalog in the group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Ok, my jaw is still sitting on my desk.  The work in this exhibition is AMAZING.  I feel so honored to be included in this group!"
Apr 14, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Gordon,  Oh to be sure. It's NOT clean.  It's not like Silver.  But I'm still getting good results and it's way better than the carbon in my opinion. I know others don't mind the carbon, but I hate messing…"
Apr 13, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Lora,  Art Clay Copper works great with open shelf firing.  No carbon.  I love it!   I'm getting great results, and it enamels beautifully."
Apr 13, 2011
Pam East joined Christine Norton's group
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Powder Metallurgy Part 1

This exhibition embraces the unique personality that metal clay brings in the form of jewelry, vessels, functional and decorative objects. April 14 - May 14, 2011See More
Apr 13, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Evelyn,  Personally, I have not had good luck with ACC and carbon, however I know others that have.  After listening to various comments and procedures, I think I may have been using too much carbon.  If you try this, use only about…"
Apr 13, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"The thing about running a conference is, it takes money and organization to get it off the ground.  Someone to take responsibility.  That usually means a company of some kind stepping up to the plate and sponsoring the event.  I…"
Apr 13, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"I'll be there"
Apr 12, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group Metal Clay Playhaus
"Oh oh! I want a sticker too!  Can't wait to see everyone at the conference!"
Apr 11, 2011
Pam East and Janet Alexander are now friends
Mar 30, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group NEW DIRECTIONS: Powder Metallurgy (Metal Clay) In A Sheet Metal World
"Since this is a fund raiser for CERF, how about this.... Get one copy signed by everyone in the catalog.  We can just mail it around for those who will not be at the MCWC.   Then auction off the fully signed edition.   I bet it would…"
Mar 30, 2011
Pam East commented on Susan Breen Silvy's group NEW DIRECTIONS: Powder Metallurgy (Metal Clay) In A Sheet Metal World
"Payment made!  Can't wait to see the catalog.  I'll want at least two copies, I'm sure.  :-)"
Mar 30, 2011
Pam East joined Brigitte Martin's group
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Humor in Craft (Book Project)

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Mar 29, 2011

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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Atlanta/GA
Place of Work ? Example: Studio, College, Gallery, Museum, ...)
Everywhere! I travel a lot. lol
I am a .... Example: Student, Maker, Educator, etc.
Jewelry Artist, Educator, Writer
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
http://www.pameast.net
What media do you work with?
Enamels

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At 10:05am on February 24, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

Hello Pam,

 

Welcome to crafthaus, the network for fine craft artists and those who support them! I am very glad you joined us! Your crafthaus membership is valid through March 15, 2012.

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My love affair with fine metals started several years ago when I was able to take a Young Artists Workshop at Moore College of Art and Design.  After my first jewelry class and I was pretty much hooked.  I continued chasing the dream and received my BFA in Studio Art, concentrating in Metals from Rowan University, while studying under Jill Baker Gower. I am grateful that I was able to find my focus, enameling, and really develop a body of work within the few years following my gradation.…See More
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