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!
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.
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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