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Savannah, GA
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SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design)
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Chair/Professor of Metals and Jewelry at SCAD
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At 10:05pm on June 15, 2010, Kelly (Robinson) Miller said…
Your website looks great!
At 12:12pm on June 13, 2010, Kelly (Robinson) Miller said…
Hi Jay, Where are the photos of your work? Can't wait to see some :)
Kelly Robinson
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