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At 9:09pm on April 22, 2012, Cappy Counard said…

Miel. It was such an excellent weekend. I'm really glad we got to spend a little down time last Sunday after the workshop. I've been itching to make some ball sockets and do some chasing and repousse. Hope our paths cross again soon.

 

At 11:28am on April 17, 2012, Sue Amendolara said…

Great Meeting you, too, Miel.  We all had a really fun weekend.  Thanks again for a great workshop.

At 5:51pm on May 15, 2011, janice ho said…

miel!!!  very cool that you are exhibiting in the Connect show - and that job at laika sounds soooooo fun!  i am coming to portland in august and i'm gonna look you up.  all is well here and i hope the same is true for you!

janice

 

At 6:51am on May 15, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
I look forward to meeting you at SNAG. Best wishes for your presentation !!
At 6:50am on May 15, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 5:40pm on February 16, 2010, Thea Clark said…
Thanks for reaching out. I'm a fan of your wonderful work.
At 8:40am on February 16, 2010, gina alvarez said…
love your work! have seen it before on crafthaus and really love it. -gina
At 9:57am on December 23, 2009, Yuyen Chang said…
thank you Miel!
At 10:15pm on November 1, 2009, Heng Lee said…
Thanks,I love your animal toy pieces,They are so interesting!!
At 1:08pm on October 28, 2009, Haley Bates said…
Your work in the first five exhibition is really stunning. I'm so glad you are participating in it!
At 3:29am on October 26, 2009, Kathleen W. Kennedy said…
It was so good to meet you last weekend, as well! I will drop you a line the next time I'm in Portland!
At 9:39pm on October 25, 2009, nisa blackmon said…
Dear Miel,

Thank you -- I am such a big fan of your work as well! I remember being blown away by "Deliberate" when I first saw it (I think on the SNAG Scholarship postcard?), and the "Gnaw" series is creepy and fascinating, with its notes of Victoriana and taxidermy. I would love to chat with you sometime about those and other pieces...
At 10:20am on July 2, 2009, Tadashi Koizumi said…
Hi ! Hi !
I love your work ! So beautiful ! Those are totally fun to see, but craftsmanship is just amazing ! Ah ! Awesome !
At 4:23pm on July 1, 2009, Donald Friedlich said…
Thanks Miel. Everything is going well here. Judy is feeling fine again. I'm working away on new stuff for a show in Germany in the fall.
At 9:29pm on June 13, 2009, Tara Nahabetian said…
Congrats on work in the crafthaus header. I remember seeing this in Metalsmith (Exhibition in Print?). Kudos.
At 5:17pm on May 25, 2009, Kathleen W. Kennedy said…
thanks for friending me. I love love love love your work!
At 9:18am on May 13, 2009, Griselda Elena Pena said…
Hi Miel, we met at SUNY when you came to visit. Sorry we never got to have a moment to chat. I admire your work and great technical abilities. Hope everythig is going great for you. Take care.
At 8:50pm on April 27, 2009, rachel timmins said…
i love your work. beautiful.
At 4:05am on April 16, 2009, marcus marguillier said…
Amazing, terribly fantastic work.
At 9:41am on April 7, 2009, Dennis Nahabetian said…
I really enjoy your work. It was also wonderful to see images of the work in progress on your website link.

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Diana Greenwood
‘There is always one moment in childhood…’

Mantel Box 230 x 330 x 45 mm

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A piece about childhood, forgotten toys, favorite stories and the loss of innocence as the future beckons, inspired by ‘Garden of Love’ by William Blake.

Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

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