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At 4:35pm on August 30, 2013, alice simpson said…

Welcome to crafthaus, Victoria,

Beautiful jewelry and painting & calligraphy in your books.

At 12:33pm on February 17, 2013, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 1:39pm on February 13, 2012, Fo Wilson said…

Lovely work Victoria! The metalwork and the calligraphy are totally compatible with each other. Thanks for reaching out.

At 10:09am on February 13, 2012, Bifei Cao said…

Hey Victoria, thanks for adding me here. I love the filigree work. I was doing researching about Chinese traditional filigree in Dai Minority in 2005. But I don't think I can do these work. Nice to meet you here!

At 9:25am on October 26, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

Hello Victoria, I think you would be interested in this article about Italian filigree work!!

http://crafthaus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/campo-ligure-and-filigree

See you in Phoenix? B.

At 1:34pm on November 16, 2010, Christine Norton said…
Thank you for the friend add. I have always thought your work is breathtaking. Positively exquisite.
At 4:30pm on November 9, 2010, Lorrene Baum-Davis said…
Victoria... love your filigree cuff. yummy.
At 2:48pm on October 2, 2010, Reinette Greyling said…
I really enjoy your work!
At 2:50pm on September 11, 2010, Mary Jarvis said…
Hello Victoria,
I remember you from SNAG - Houston - particularly at the Ex. in Motion. Your work is amazing! I'm so interested in your filigree and high repousse.
At 4:01am on August 5, 2010, Karen Chesna said…
Hi!
Have not logged onto crafthaus for quite a while so just saw your friend request- thanks! I love your work- absolutely gorgeous!
At 1:24am on June 26, 2010, Colleen Corinne Terry said…
Your work is exquisite !
At 3:41am on April 29, 2010, Paul Nicholas said…
Wow! I visited your web site. Your work is stunning! I used to make jewelry many years ago and loved it. If only I had more time. Clay is my passion now but I would love to design and make jewelry.
At 8:50am on April 20, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 8:44am on March 29, 2010, Kathryn Bowman said…
I'm looking forward to meeting you when you visit St. Louis in September. Your work is awesome and I wanted to take the workshop, but have a show that weekend. That making a living thing is always getting in the way. Happy Spring.
At 3:32pm on March 25, 2010, Chris Shea said…
Thanks, Victoria. Beatiful work! Great to see someone using chasing and repousse so much. I'll have to take a look at your book.
At 9:10pm on March 24, 2010, Paul Andrew Wandless said…
Thanks for the kind words. You have beautiful work. I enjoy your use of line and you take advantage of line weight/width to create strong, fluid movement in the pieces.
At 1:34pm on March 23, 2010, Yael Shomroni said…
Thank you.Your work is beautiful.
Yael
At 1:20pm on March 23, 2010, Anthony Scheffler said…
Thanks Victoria. Your work is very nice.
At 10:27am on February 28, 2010, Kim M. Baxter said…
Thanks for the invite Victoria. Your work is beautiful!
At 1:40pm on February 25, 2010, tkmetalarts said…
Hi Victoria, thanks for the connect here too. So are you a Renaissance woman? Goldsmith, C/R, filigree, author, techie, etc. Your work is so beautiful and is very inspiring. Some day if I get an iphone, I'll be sure to get your app. :)

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