Seth Savarick
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  • Los Angeles CA
  • United States
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Seth Lee Savarick

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Los Angelses
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Jewelry Artist
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At 5:11pm on August 12, 2012, alice simpson said…

Hi Seth,

Beautiful work, elegant and skillfully executed.

Is the exhibition you curated of Polymer clay work available on line to see?

 I am seeking a very bold neck piece. Thought

At 7:58am on August 6, 2010, Grace Stokes said…
Beautiful colors and patterns. I love the precision in your work!

Grace
At 11:30am on December 14, 2009, Mimi Favre said…
The patterns and colors are so beautiful. I admit that I am totally unfamiliar with the process. I will learn more.
At 9:13am on June 2, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Hello Seth:

Thank you very much for your membership payment and support of crafthaus.
Your membership is good through 6-15-2011.

Please upload some more images of your work soon :-)

Brigitte
At 9:59am on November 2, 2008, Chihiro Makio said…
Wow. Beautiful. I love containers. I have seen many "Inro"s in Japan, and some of them look like they could've been used in 500 years ago. What are they made of? Polymer clay? I cant wait for your website done!
At 9:51pm on October 31, 2008, Jana Roberts Benzon said…
Hey there Seth! So good to see your smiling face :) Hope you're doing well...let's stay in touch..

j
At 8:11pm on October 30, 2008, Brigitte Martin said…
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