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George Brown College & private studio practice
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I am a jewellery artist and educator. I studied at NSCAD University, Canada (BFA 1989), NCAD Dublin, Ireland (MA 1999) as well as the Escola Massana in Barcelona. My work is represented in private and public collections including The Museum of Decorative Arts, Barcelona, The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh and The Canadian Museum of Civilization.
As well as maintaining a private studio practice, I am professor in Jewellery Studies at George Brown College in Toronto.
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
jewelry, The human body is the context and content of my jewellery. The anatomical and microscopic worlds are where I find a beauty I materialise and make visible. In wearing my jewellery, the invisible body becomes visible adornment.
Pues si un día vuelves por aquí no te olvides de visitar una de las islas más bonitas del Mediterráneo!
Me gustaría incluir un post de tu trabajo en mi blog, espero que no tengas iconveniente. Veo que tu web es sólo una portada, tienes algun otro sitio web que pueda linkar?
Mi blog es www.mardecolorrosa.com
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