Roxy Lentz
  • Female
  • Clarksville, IN
  • United States
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Mike Holmes and Roxy Lentz are now friends
Jun 26
Roxy Lentz replied to Sarah Holden's discussion Spring 2014 UNIQUES Sale Begins Tomorrow (Monday June 2nd) at 12pm (noon) Pacific in the group SNAG
"Thank you Valerie for the beautiful words to go with my brooch. "
Jun 2
Roxy Lentz joined Brigitte Martin's group
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Jun 2
Roxy Lentz posted photos
May 28
Roxy Lentz liked John Lunn's discussion Handing yourself the pink slip.
May 20
Roxy Lentz replied to Linda Kelen's discussion Married Metals attempt in the group Rocket Rings
"OK, I have no idea if this will help with the sawing two pieces of metal. But, I was reading a story about turtles, and they wanted a way to keep the micro chips attached to their shells. A manicurist suggested the glue they use to attach nails.…"
Mar 31
Roxy Lentz liked Linda Kelen's discussion Married Metals attempt
Mar 31
Roxy Lentz commented on Bruce Metcalf's blog post Can production craft be judged?
"Oh, I know that Pat would not have been squeezed out, but another artist may have. Personally I think artists should strive to make work that can not be copied. I doubt anyone could copy my work, because I can't myself. But, that also means my…"
Mar 24
Roxy Lentz commented on Bruce Metcalf's blog post Can production craft be judged?
"Thanks Bruce for this article. I was disappointed to read that the Baltimore ACC jury didn't recognize a copy when they saw one. Pat Flynn's cuff. Of Course, the person may not have used that cuff to jury, but they may have used some other…"
Mar 24
Roxy Lentz liked Bruce Metcalf's blog post Can production craft be judged?
Mar 24
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Feb 18
Roxy Lentz replied to John Lunn's discussion Polymathology in the group Tapestry of Talents: Bringing Your Whole Voice to Your Craft
"Yes, I know you were really trying to rub it in on the rest of us. I think some of those IQ things that are on line have a secret agenda. But, it is good you brought up the subject that all are intelligent in their own way. People who live in the…"
Feb 10
Roxy Lentz replied to John Lunn's discussion Polymathology in the group Tapestry of Talents: Bringing Your Whole Voice to Your Craft
"I think it is great, especially if you were one of the types who didn't do well in school. I sure didn't, math still escapes me. Other things seem to make more sense. I think the trouble is, if you have a better ability for something, you…"
Feb 10
Roxy Lentz replied to John Lunn's discussion Polymathology in the group Tapestry of Talents: Bringing Your Whole Voice to Your Craft
"Right after  I posted here, I went to Pinterest, and read this quote from Albert Einstein. "Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid.""
Feb 9
Roxy Lentz replied to John Lunn's discussion Polymathology in the group Tapestry of Talents: Bringing Your Whole Voice to Your Craft
"I think everyone (unless they have a disability) are smart in their own way. I have considered writing a book called something to the effect, We Are all Schmucks. We are all stupid about something, and as good or better than others about some…"
Feb 9
Roxy Lentz commented on Harriete Estel Berman's blog post Alibaba and The Forty Thieves - Are You One?
"I think it is a two edge sword. If you make one of a kind, that can't be copied, your market is very small. If you make work that will sell well, and can be done in production, some one will copy. Not even 24 hours after the Oscars, knock off…"
Feb 4

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I make jewelry from recycled metal found at the thrift store. Uncommon jewelry for independent women.
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At 8:52am on March 11, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 8:34pm on December 27, 2012, L. Sue Szabo said…

love your work.  i found you on pinterest and then i looked at your own boards.  you have great taste in jewelry and you're a fellow midwesterner!

sue

At 3:39pm on November 6, 2012, Lesley L. Rahner said…

I am honored to have you as my Friend... 

At 11:10am on November 2, 2012, Louise Tessing said…

Roxy, I discovered your work on Pinterest!  All I can say is WOW! I love your aesthetic, you do amazing things with found objects, shapes and patinas. Awesome! Need a friend?

At 10:14am on September 26, 2012, Brenda Schweder said…

Ooooo! Nummy! I'm still on the photo part of the submission. A friend who wants to get into this type of work is trying, but the results aren't spectacular yet, except for one. Plus, I'm holding out 'til this weekend as I'm determined to come up with yet another couple of pieces that I can choose from.

You are right about VDV . . . I'll be over the top with just one piece in that show!

oxox! -b.

At 11:40pm on September 22, 2012, Brenda Schweder said…

It's my first try too. Are you submitting the maximum of five? I'd love to see what you're putting up--all the luck in the world! oxox! -b.

At 12:16pm on September 22, 2012, Brenda Schweder said…

Your work is so exciting, Roxy! It moves my gut! (And that's a high compliment!)

At 5:26pm on September 14, 2012, The Justified Sinner said…

Love this work. It is so very strong and very, very brave. I wish I had the courage to leave my surfaces alone! 

At 3:26pm on September 9, 2012, Drew Markou said…

Thanks Roxy, very kind of you to say so :)

At 3:13pm on February 15, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

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