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In the Cave

"very nice work "
Oct 16, 2012
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james malonebeach replied to Charity Hall's discussion Building Studios and Community in Tucson: Jeanne Jerousek-McAnich in the group Scrounge
"This look's a truly great program. "
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"For sure I would love to see more work,would also like to put my work in this time."
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Signature Work

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Mar 25, 2012
james malonebeach posted a status
"I just had a opening Of my current clay. work,It was a great time.Nice to see the work all up at one time"
Feb 17, 2012
james malonebeach commented on Charity Hall's group Scrounge
"comment,most of my best work are made from objects found scrounging."
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Scrounge

Scrounging for materials and tools is a central part of my studio practice, and there are great bargains to be found!  In the past year, I’ve purchased a nice amount of silver for about $2/ounce, received several pounds of enamels, and refurbished hundreds of rusty chasing tools.  Luck has a lot of influence, and the generosity of donors cannot be understated, but there are also strategies involved to help make oneself luckier as well. This blog will also promote recycling and reusing by…See More
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Kim Hyung-Hee left a comment for james malonebeach
"Thank you~^^"
Jan 20, 2012
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bloom09-I

"your work is simply Grand "
Jan 20, 2012
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At 9:15am on January 20, 2012, Kim Hyung-Hee said…

Thank you~^^

At 7:00pm on October 19, 2011, Kimberly Nogueira said…

i really love how you use metal--great work!

At 7:47pm on May 8, 2011, Glen Guarino said…
Hi James, thanks for the complement.  The pieces were fun to make for our foyer.  I used chestnut from an old bookcase that we took from the living room out covered with lots of layers of paint. The bookcase was built in 1926 by the original owner of the house.
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RULE THE WORLD

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What are the adornments of dictators, despots, and the plain delusional? What do they need in order to let their real personalities shine through? What tools do tyrants have to show that they are in charge? See for yourself!

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The MASSC Jewelry Challenge

The Metal Arts Society of Southern California invited its membership to enter into a jewelry challenge as an avenue to participate and push themselves. Each of the participants received identical kits with materials which in the end would be bent, hammered, stretched, soldered, riveted and morphed into the finished pieces. They were given a timeline of 6 weeks to complete and return the finished piece. Photos were taken of everybody’s pieces and a luncheon was held for the members to vote on…See More
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The MASSC Jewelry Challenge

The Metal Arts Society of Southern California invited its membership to enter into a jewelry challenge as an avenue to participate and push themselves. Each of the participants received identical kits with materials which in the end would be bent, hammered, stretched, soldered, riveted and morphed into the finished pieces. They were given a timeline of 6 weeks to complete and return the finished piece. Photos were taken of everybody’s pieces and a luncheon was held for the members to vote on…See More
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Day 3 at Arrowmont

Day 3 was a busy and productive day.  We started with a slide show, which included my, now, favorite work by Pat Hickman.  I can’t remember what it is called, but they are little lizards, that she FOUND dead and encased in gut…superb!Our assignment for today was to think about time:…See More
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As usual, I've relocated to the South Coast for the summer and have been doing very little to do with work. Since my last post, I've had my friend and fellow-jeweller, Madelyn Smoak with us here and that has lead to adventures. We started off in London at Tate Britain to see the…See More
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Retracing my steps: Explorations in Fiber Sculpture at Arrowmont

Arrowmont: after 25 years, I am returning to the place where it all started for me as a fiber artist.  That embarrassing picture is me, Amber O’Harrow (then Amber Wood), with my first weaving, turned into a bag.  Let’s see where my journey has led me since then, as I follow my guide, Pat Hickman on an exploration of fiber sculpture at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. See More
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