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Tammy Young Eun Kim is California-based metalsmith and a jeweler from the greater Los Angeles and San Diego area. Tammy received her MFA from San Diego State University and her BFA from California State University, Long Beach. Tammy's work is exhibited and published nationally and internationally. Exhibitions include, Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition, Netherlands; Talente Internationale Handwerksmesse, Munich, Germany; La Fontera, Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City and traveld within U.S. courtesy Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Publications include 500 Art Necklaces by Lark Books; Behind the Brooch: A Closer Look at Backs, Catches, and Pin Stems by Lorena Argulo; on the cover of 2013 Society of North American Goldsmiths Confluence Juried Student Exhibition catalog.
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Great to hear from you, Tammy. The reception at Velvet Da Vinci was really wonderful, met a lot of new artists, curators etc.! Seeing the exhibition in its entirety was very emotional too and some of the pieces really needed to be seen close-up in-person. Love seeing your work, let's stay in touch.
Tammy, thanks for the add. Your work is great in a way that mine could never be!
Unfortunately, I am not the man to ask about photography as all my photographs are done by Andrew Neilson at Neilson Photography in Glasgow.
Thank you for the friend invite, Tammy! I'm honored....
Congratulations on a successful BFA Show! I'm sorry I couldn't come and celebrate your accomplishments with you and your friends......but I hope you know I was there in spirit.....I so admire your joy of life and your love of learning! I just got to know Andrea a little bit from a brief chat we had on FB....but I could tell right away that she was just as you described her......friendly and down to earth! So glad (but not surprised) that you took advantage of that opportunity....I was impressed not only by her easy, friendly manner....but also by ther seriousness when she was explaining a little about the fine tools she and her husband make...I liked her a lot.