it's funny how that goes. i look at your work and think there's nothing this person can't do and your comment seems so humble. and i feel like there's virtually nothing i can do compared to all these talented people here. well, i must get back to email. so very far behind....
Hi Dauvit, Thanks for your kind message! I look forward to seeing you at Open Studios, if you are able to come across. I always enjoy taking a trip to Glasgow as Glaswegians are very friendly people. The Kelvingrove Gallery is also fantastic. Anyway, have a nice day. Best wishes, Sandra.
Thank you for your kind words. I am not famialiar with the book or music you referred to- but thank you- I will look them up. The title of the piece, 'Listen the Wind' is the title of the book it is in- it was written by Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
Thank you so much for your posting about the Wallace Collection and Kevin Coates. I can't believe I lived in London for a decade (I left in '96) and never knew the Wallace Collection existed. I love your architectural pieces. If I ever make it back to Glasgow I'll have to stop in and say Hey!
I read your recent blog and was excited to see images at the National Museum of Scotland. Would you have any other suggestions of historic or contemporary metals/jewelry to see in Edinburgh? I will be there in June and would love to see what is there. Thanks! Sue
Haha, I should've known you'd be one step ahead of me- I'm so pleased that you'll be participating! I know whatever you decide to submit will be good, whether it's a new series or already made: whatever works best for you! The deadline isn't til June, though, so you've got plenty of time to decide :) What exciting news about the commission! Will you be allowed to post about it when it's finished? I'd love to know what it's all about when the time is right.
O wow! Thx for delivering the good news! This made my day! Thx so much for the encouragement! I'm so happy because Michael Bernard is my professor at my school and I feel a great honor to be featured along with him!
"The Jewellery Art Association
The jewellery art association was founded in Lappeenranta in 2005. The association aims to promote contemporary jewellery in Finland and to improve its recognition as an art and design form. Another goal of the…"