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Heidemarie Herb and richard are now friends
Aug 14, 2012
richard liked Beth Novak's photo
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noDirection-detail-800

Starbucks jar lid, map segment, brass clock gear, sterling bezel, turquoise, iron wire, bronze, handmade chain - weleded, cold connected.
Feb 15, 2011
anne havel left a comment for richard
"i saw your work recently somewhere and found it quite interesting.  thank you for the compliment.  totally grateful and humbled.  anne"
Feb 9, 2011
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PendantwCopper-carnelian

copper, tin solder, carnelian, etched, roller printed, riveted
Jan 15, 2011
marcus marguillier commented on richard's photo
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threeOfaKind-800

"All three triggerr my imagination. Great work."
Jan 11, 2011
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The Warning

"Great work, Alena!"
Jan 8, 2011
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Timeless Beauty Locket - closed

watch case, jar lid, steel washer, iron wire, leather
Nov 22, 2010
richard posted a photo

steampunk inspired hinged bracelet

watchcase and mechanism encased in ICE Resin, jar lid, faux bone, brass, copper, nickel; cold connected
Oct 6, 2010

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At 8:17pm on May 2, 2012, Amanda Scheutzow said…

thank you so much for your comment and friendship!


i absolutely love your work!

At 4:09pm on April 17, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 4:57pm on February 9, 2011, anne havel said…
i saw your work recently somewhere and found it quite interesting.  thank you for the compliment.  totally grateful and humbled.  anne
At 4:22pm on January 8, 2011, Alena Stukavcova Dolezalova said…
Thank you so much for your comment and friendship, Richard! I love steampunk and your jewellery is very interesting!
At 10:15am on November 21, 2010, peg fetter said…
and, just looked at your beautiful work.
was just in Minneapolis at the Walker, they have a great Joseph Cornell exhibit.
I love that found object hidden meaning aesthetic.
 
 
 

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