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At 10:00am on September 13, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 11:22pm on March 19, 2011, Bettina Matzkuhn said…
thanks for the invite....have been neglecting to check in.  I'll post an invitation to my upcoming show...cheers bettina
At 10:15pm on December 27, 2010, Isabelle d'Hauterive said…

Thank you for your invitation 

Have a nice day Isabelle

At 6:50pm on August 26, 2010, Kayla Rae Rinne said…
Thank you so much for your comments! I actually saw one of your pieces in the Schmuck cataloge and I really enjoyed it. And then I too saw your spine piece, wonderful! Also, your Everlong necklace is fantastic! I really enjoy how a whole set of jewelry is on one chain. I actually love Lauren Kalman's work. My first metalsmithing class at New Paltz had a photo of the Hard Ware piece, the gilded tongue, in the room and I fell in love.
At 4:03pm on August 8, 2010, Alison Greer Pack said…
Thank you for such a meaningful and supportive comment! It sincerely touched my heart. I love your wax ring series.
At 12:46pm on August 2, 2010, Brice Garrett said…
Wow thank you so much! I love what you are doing with resin! keep up your amazingness!
At 12:19am on July 22, 2010, MELODY ARMSTRONG said…
Hello Rickson
Thanks for adding me as a friend!

My Etsy page link does not seem to be working on my end lately?
Maybe my player isn't working, I don't know?
I tried to install the new shockwave player but it is still blank.
Is it appearing for you?
Anyways what I did was on my Etsy I click on your etsy and then
under promote click on "Etsy Mini"
and you can build how you want it to look, then you just copy the code and paste it
on Crafthaus in one of the sections or into a blog or what ever.
Hope it works for you!
Melody
At 5:07pm on July 20, 2010, Alison Greer Pack said…
Hello,
Thanks for friending me! I look forward to getting to know you! I wondered if that pic of me was always up- or just when I was on crafthaus! James is such a cutie- I just love him and so do my students! He is such a good friend and mentor to me. The doll head is a mannequin that I stumbled upon in Paris last summer. It just screamed Alison! Several people - including my hubby- thought it was me at first glance.
At 4:26pm on July 20, 2010, James Thurman said…
Thanks so much--a former student of mine, Cody, shot the videos for me. They turned out much better than we planned. Did you see the bloopers at the end? Alison is actually a good friend of mine but we did the doll avatars by complete coincidence. My girlfriend, Sandie, surprised me with the modified Ken doll--she did a great job with the likeness, and even fabricated the glasses!
At 2:51pm on July 20, 2010, James Thurman said…
Oddly enough, I'm not the only one with a doll avatar. Thanks for looking me up!
At 10:11am on July 15, 2010, Sonia Beauchesne said…
Hi,
I passed by your stand, I've grabed a flyer and I ran to my stand. Yesterday, i read your depliant. Really interesting concepts !
Have a good day - I'll have a look on the link you sent me.
Ciao
At 2:07pm on July 12, 2010, Jil Lin said…
=} thanks!
At 8:02am on June 16, 2010, Gera Scott Chandler said…
Thanks for displaying my work! Super tohave someone giving voice to what we do in Canada!
chhers!

gera
At 8:11pm on June 8, 2010, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…
yup, that's sutter
At 3:51pm on June 4, 2010, Satomi Kawai said…
Thanks, Rickson. I like your work as well. Your usage of hair is interesting and very expressive!
At 12:54pm on June 1, 2010, Farrah Al-Dujaili said…
Thanks for the comment! It has taken a while to get them to look right. The challenge now is to see if i can draw with just the materials in front of me. Hopefully I'll have some new pieces to post in a couple of weeks.
At 11:03am on May 26, 2010, Marta Miguel Martínez-Soria said…
thanks so mcuh for your comment, because is about a long period of sadness but at the same time tendernees about fertility. Then if you think is alife for me is more than expect, because i hope to get it someday. Or translate this feelings in my work too.

;)
At 5:08pm on May 25, 2010, Natalie Smith said…
Thank you for your comment. I just work with sugar. I have developed my own techniques to create my pieces. I am currently doing the MA at the School of Jewellery in Birmingham, so I should have some new images on here soon.
The private view for the show is Saturday 11th September, if you are able to come.
At 9:12pm on May 7, 2010, lilianabead said…
A pleasure to friend you.
I really enjoyed browsing your gallery while thinking about your pieces as noun phrases in a new language.
L :)
At 6:23am on May 6, 2010, kerin rose said…
and vice versa!!!!:)

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