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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Orchard Park, NY
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SUNY Buffalo State College
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Anne Bulmer Brewer commented on Tara Nahabetian's event Traditional Japanese Metal Inlay Lecture
"I am bereft!  How I wish I could attend this wonderful lecture on a topic near and dear to my heart and art.  Alas, I am in north Texas considering dropping everything and making my way to Buffalo.  But deadlines cannot be tossed…"
Oct 15, 2012
Rachel Hayward commented on Tara Nahabetian's event Traditional Japanese Metal Inlay Lecture
"I would love to see this beautiful metal work!!!! "
Oct 15, 2012
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Sandra Murray commented on Tara Nahabetian's event Traditional Japanese Metal Inlay Lecture
"I wish I could attend this event and I'm sorry that I don't live closer. It sounds so interesting and I would love to have been able to be there! Good luck with it though. :)"
Oct 15, 2012
Sandra Murray liked Tara Nahabetian's event Traditional Japanese Metal Inlay Lecture
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Behind the Brooch

This exhibition focuses on a side of the brooch we usually do not pay much attention to: the back side. Our first look is naturally always trained at the front, but when we do take the time to look at the back of a brooch, it will oftentimes reveal a surprising aspect for us, a delightful little secret. With this exhibition, I would like to let you in on that secret, something that typically only the maker and the wearer know about. I hope you will enjoy with me this selection of brooches by…See More
Oct 13, 2012
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Traditional Japanese Metal Inlay Lecture at Buffalo State College

October 18, 2012 from 5pm to 7pm
Professor Hara Satoshi, from Kanazawa College of Art in Japan, will present a visiting artist lecture featuring his contemporary metalwork designs on Thursday October 18th, 2012 from 5PM - 7PM on Buffalo State College campus in Upton Hall room 230. This visiting artist lecture is free and open to the public. This event is…See More
Oct 13, 2012
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Tara Nahabetian left a comment for Adam Joseph Kessler
"Way to go featured artist!!! "
Jan 15, 2012
nicole jacquard and Tara Nahabetian are now friends
Sep 19, 2011
Tara Nahabetian left a comment for rachel timmins
"Way to go, lady. Featured Artist."
Mar 28, 2011
Tara Nahabetian commented on rachel timmins's photo
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GROWTH TWO

"I absolutely love this image!!! Missin' ya."
Mar 28, 2011
Leslie A. Schug left a comment for Tara Nahabetian
"I like your profile photo and latest work! Glad to be friends on Crafthaus :-)"
Feb 7, 2011

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At 2:30pm on February 7, 2011, Leslie A. Schug said…

I like your profile photo and latest work! Glad to be friends on Crafthaus :-)

At 5:20pm on May 14, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 11:42am on April 30, 2010, Vincent Pontillo said…
Haha, what?! Work is never finished :P ps: kudos to your rubber cutting abilities!!! That stuff is super difficult
At 2:17pm on February 7, 2010, John Harris said…
Thank you much, Tara. Glad I could make Buff State proud :-D
John
At 7:23pm on January 30, 2010, John Harris said…
About damn time you accepted me!
I am a retarded dweeb, though, when it comes to Crafthauss :P
At 8:00am on November 17, 2009, rachel timmins said…
looks like sticky notes that are attached to you work better than all the ones scattered around your office. :) don't worry, i won't tell anyone... oh, oops!
see you soon.
rachel.
At 11:08am on July 29, 2009, Renee Zettle-Sterling said…
HI Tara,
I am happy that we have connected on Crafthaus. Your work looks amazing! You know that your work made me want to be a metalsmith. I was taking a few classes with Sue Amendolara and she showed me your work and that was it!!!! I was hooked!!!!!!!
Thanks for the inspiration!!!!!!!!
Warmly, R
At 10:15am on July 14, 2009, Francesca Vitali said…
Great work!!
At 9:50am on July 13, 2009, Susan Skoczen said…
Hi Tara!! You changed your name! Still know its you. Hope you are well!
Susan
At 6:54pm on June 26, 2009, rachel timmins said…
i did! and i have been taking video of EVERYTHING. i also took video when i was visiting Towson on thursday but it's mostly boob shots because i wasn't really paying attention to the camera. ha!
 
 
 

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