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It begins! HE2 is open in Wales from next Saturday, with the exhibition preview from 6-8pm at Craft in the Bay on Friday night. It runs from the 12th of September until the 8th of November before it moved on to Scotland for the next dates, starting in December. Those details…Continue
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A couple of things that are in perfect alignment with current area of research have recently just fallen into my lap. They are sensitive and…Continue
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It’s been a hectic couple of weeks in the office and the basement/studio, but I finally snapped some images of this finished neckpiece yesterday evening. I’m going to have another look at the panels that this work comes from later in the week – I need some time away from them before I make any…Continue
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Going to be in Boston for the SNAG conference this week? Come say hi! Not going to be there? Follow along with the shenanigans on Instagram or Twitter by following…Continue
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Some of you might remember this little video from last year, when I posted it up on this blog? I created it to give an insight into my working methods, ahead of the exhibition of the works it featured, the One Design show.
Well it’s now in a contest for most popular video, to be decided by likes and number of views, with presentations to be made…Continue
– A quick reminder that I’m giving an artist lecture tonight at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
“Join artist-jeweler Melissa Cameron as she presents her work through images and words in the BIMA Auditorium.…
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My solo exhibition, Object Evolution, is on at…Continue
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Hello America! Yes, I’m back in Seattle, and just in time too. I’ve got a little over two weeks to prepare for my…Continue
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The exhibition is almost ready! We now have turned over the window to Holly Elliot of Azevinha to work her magic.
Come join me…Continue
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Just a quick heads up: in just under month’s time I’m giving an artist lecture at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on Bainbridge…
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The Ethical Metalsmiths, via their website, are right now engaged in raising funds for their…Continue
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I’m pleased to share that my work has been available in your beautiful city since November of last year, and to…
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Then there’s this little coda: that week of horror was also how I came to receive the monthly prize at Nancy’s Sewing Basket, my local fabric store (and yes, it is about as quaint as it…
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S'ok, my eyes aren't blue. I'm off to New York (State that is), on Monday to teach an enamelling class as a part of the Enamel Guild North East's annual Conference series. The…Continue
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Yes folks, it's getting close to enamel time. If you're in New York State in the middle of next month, you can come take a two-day class with me at the Enamel Guild North East annual workshops, and see me give a presentation about my work at the conference on Sunday the 22nd of March. And if…Continue
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After the enamel course I taught at Pratt in November/December, I was inspired to make some holiday ornaments (insert your regional nomenclature here – the Perth of my youth would say ‘Christmas decorations’) with tin-cans and enamel. I should have known better!
The thin steel doesn’t take too many layers of enamel well, and when I…