"No, I am not at that boutique...but I totally fell in love with it after I viewed their website!!! I absolutley love those colors. My house and my jewelry display are blue and chocolate!!! How funny!!! It should really be my shop!!!!!!!!!…"
"Right, I dont know why I thought that... Im dying to take that stone setting class in october so I should probably join now. Your work is very pretty- I feel like I may have seen it at the store Charm downtown- is that you?"
"No, no, no...they meet at Maryville University. It's at highway 40 and 141...I'm sure you could google it!!! below is the Society for Midwest Metalsmiths (SMM) webpage and it will tell you all you need to…"
Hey thanks a lot! Its always great to meet another enamel person. I'm am relatively new to missouri and did notice that the missouri metals group has some great looking classes that I would like to take. and have been wanting to join. Is…"
A show at Crafthaus has more of an audience then a gallery and offers a permanent stage to the world. We do love gallery shows, but at Crafthaus submission is easy, doesn't cost anything for members. In addition to our calls there are others you may be interested in.
We try to make the submission process as painless as possible! If you have any questions please let us know. Marie
No, I am not at that boutique...but I totally fell in love with it after I viewed their website!!! I absolutley love those colors. My house and my jewelry display are blue and chocolate!!! How funny!!! It should really be my shop!!!!!!!!! Anyway...the workshops are great!!!!! Hope to meet you soon!!!
No, no, no...they meet at Maryville University. It's at highway 40 and 141...I'm sure you could google it!!! below is the Society for Midwest Metalsmiths (SMM) webpage and it will tell you all you need to know!!!
There are some AWESOME workshops coming up!!!
I have been waiting a LONG time for a detailed, high profile (and talented) enameler to visit us for a workshop...maybe with another "enamel' voice in the crowd...it will happen soon!
Check out the site and feel free to ask if you have any questions. I LOVE this group!! Everyone is very down to earth, and they are in the group for the art of the craft...no big heads...if you know what I mean!!!
Hope to see you soon! :-)
I saw your enameled rings a few weeks ago...and thought they were soooooooo pretty (I enamel too). But today I was searching (googeling) someones name and ran across your name because you live in St. Louis (me too). I didn't put the name with the rings until I saw your crafthaus page. Have you attended any of the SMM meetings??? I can't recall if I have seen you there. If not...you should really stop by!!! They are a very nice (and talented ) bunch of people!!! Love your work!
Welcome to crafthaus ! I am very glad you joined us.
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