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Millions of Years

"I would personally love it if you would talk in depth about this piece when you speak at SRU this coming fall."
May 16, 2010
jeff schwarz and Josh Emery are now friends
May 13, 2010
Brigitte Martin left a comment for jeff schwarz
" Jeff - I would like to invite you to a show I curated for Robert Morris University. Maybe you know Laura Jean Mclaughlin ? She is from Pittsburgh. Hope you can come by next week ! Brigitte"
Feb 25, 2010
jeff schwarz left a comment for Stevie B.
"Thanks for the compliment on my work!"
Feb 14, 2010
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fool me

"Love it!"
Feb 13, 2010
jeff schwarz left a comment for Ron Korczynski
"Thanks Ron. I hope this finds you well. Jeff"
Feb 12, 2010
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"Great to have you on board. Ron"
Feb 11, 2010
jeff schwarz is now friends with Rickson and Harriete Estel Berman
Feb 8, 2010
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persistence portfolio QT 2

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Video from the Persistence installation at the Mattress Factory Museum. This installation was part of the Gestures series.
Feb 7, 2010
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millions of years installation quicktime

"This is the final installation view of Millions of Years. The audio you are listening to was captured with a microphone as the vessel dissolved. Please refer to the photos for reference."
Feb 7, 2010
jeff schwarz posted photos
Feb 3, 2010

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At 10:43am on February 14, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 8:50am on February 25, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…


Jeff - I would like to invite you to a show I curated for Robert Morris University. Maybe you know Laura Jean Mclaughlin ? She is from Pittsburgh.
Hope you can come by next week !
Brigitte
At 6:18pm on February 11, 2010, Ron Korczynski said…
Great to have you on board.
Ron
At 6:32am on February 3, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
Jeff:

As far as I am concerned, there can never be too many Pittsburghers on crafthaus :-) Glad you joined.

Please upload some images of your ceramics - and if you get a chance visit me at Luke & Eloy on 5169 Butler Street. I currently show 14 area metalsmiths and an artist from Detroit. Rust Belt focus :-))

I am sorry to hear about all the stuff going on in Braddock. I had the good fortune to listen to your major's deputy at the SCC a few week's back. Looks like you guys are trying as hard as you can. I was very impressed. Are you involved with their arts efforts ?

Have a good day, Brigitte
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A modern metalsmith/metal artist can be found working in traditional metals as well as in nontraditional materials. The designs can range from the classic to the extravagant, and the techniques can either be centuries old or decidedly current.

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