jenny Fillius
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"WOW! Your sushi brooches are marvelous. Love your work. The round ones remind me of Japanese water flowers."
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Seattle, WA
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Maker. Deconstruct metal food containers into narrative artworks
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At 9:00am on September 2, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 12:14am on January 30, 2012, Avery Lucas said…

Thanks for the compliment. My photo is not me, it is Frida Kahlo, my muse!

At 6:57pm on January 15, 2012, Susan Lee Stephen said…

Thanks so much for your comment on my chameleon brooch!  I'm collaborating with a local potter (Alexis Templeton), who is making porcelain cabochons for me glazed with her signature crystalline glaze.  When she gave me this one, I just knew it was a lizard eyeball!  The brooch itself turned out quit big, 4", but luckily it struck someone's fancy, and I was able to find a happy customer to take it home.

At 2:51pm on January 8, 2012, Susan Farrar Parrish said…

Thanks so much Jenny, I love the rhyme and had not heard it. Maybe I'll use that in a title one day!

At 11:41am on December 16, 2011, Seana Higgins said…

Wow- what feedback! Thanks, Jenny. 

At 3:09pm on October 29, 2011, Gary Schott said…

Thanks, Jenny.  Glad you liked it.

At 8:35am on July 12, 2011, jenny Fillius said…
Gee, thanks, so nice of you to say.
At 8:49pm on June 21, 2011, Corey Ackelmire said…
Thanks so much!  Your work is delightful!--I love your combinations of materials
At 2:53pm on June 17, 2011, Lenore Lampi said…
I love your work as well, something definately edgy about it....Where are you located?  I love knowing the geography of  the artists here, if you don't mind me asking.
At 2:48pm on June 17, 2011, Jason Kishell said…

Thank you, Jenny!  Right back at'cha!  I love work with a smart sense of humor.

 
 
 

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