Selda Okutan's Friends

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  • Laise Doria
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Meredith S. Tibjash liked Selda Okutan's photo
May 31, 2013
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May 31, 2013
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May 31, 2013
Selda Okutan joined James Thurman's group
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Turkish Women's Cooperative Project

This group will function as a blog to share updates on the assistance to the Turkish Women's Cooperative.--Winner of the 2012 Crafthaus Project Grant --See More
Oct 7, 2012
Selda Okutan and Miri Admoni are now friends
Oct 7, 2012
Margaux Lange and Selda Okutan are now friends
Sep 9, 2011
Selda Okutan and Laise Doria are now friends
May 1, 2011
Selda Okutan and tkmetalarts are now friends
Apr 14, 2011
Selda Okutan and Rebecca Bogan are now friends
Mar 31, 2011
Selda Okutan is now friends with Katrina Kosturko, idolly schwendener and Sophia Georgiopoulou
Mar 6, 2011
Sophia Georgiopoulou commented on Selda Okutan's photo
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Araf (Purgatory) Ring

"A beautiful. lyrical ring!"
Feb 14, 2011
anne havel left a comment for Selda Okutan
"wonderful work.  i've seen some of it before.  nice to make your acquaintance.  anne"
Jan 7, 2011
Selda Okutan and elizabeth cohen are now friends
Dec 29, 2010
Mimi Favre commented on Selda Okutan's photo
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Araf (Purgatory) Ring

"Love this ring!"
Dec 8, 2010
Selda Okutan is now friends with Michelle Pujol and Regina Rose Malone
Dec 4, 2010

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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Istanbul
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Selda Okutan Jewelry Design Studio
I am a .... Example: Student, Maker, Educator, etc.
After 5 year of study in Jewelry Technologies and Designs, I graduated from Mersin University in 2005. I applied human figures to jewelry. I am currently working on ceramic figures and a few collection.
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
http://www.seldaokutan.com

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At 9:23am on January 7, 2011, anne havel said…
wonderful work.  i've seen some of it before.  nice to make your acquaintance.  anne
At 12:31pm on November 26, 2010, The Justified Sinner said…
Many thanks for the add as a friend. I normally resist "figurative" work, but yours is very special and quite irresistible!
At 3:30am on November 20, 2010, Burcu Büyükünal said…
Selda meraba. Burda tanismak ilginc oldu. Umarim yuzyuze de karsilasiriz birgun.
At 9:12am on November 19, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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