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At 4:20pm on July 15, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
You are very welcome, enjoy !!
At 10:34am on July 15, 2011, Andrew Kuebeck said…
Congrats on being featured.  Your work really looks great!  Hope you're well.
At 6:43am on February 27, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 6:56pm on February 8, 2010, Teresa Perry said…
Where is that new work??? I wanna SEE IT!!!! HAHA, Miss you Hon!
At 7:18am on October 5, 2009, Rickson said…
Dawn, thank you so much for your insight into my pieces. Very helpful.
Your work is spectacular. It really shows all of your thoughts in your artist statement. I can see all the care and energy that went into your work. I really appreciate your philosophies and believe in your passion. Well done!
At 12:08pm on September 29, 2009, Tom Muir said…
Thank you Dawn. It was great to have you as a student and I hope we will continue to see you in the future. Thanks also for the new CD of your wonderful work.
At 1:55pm on March 11, 2009, Rickson said…
Hi Dawn,

I was so excited to meet you because I am going to a jewellery show this weekend, but alas, it is not SNAG. I am going to Munish to see Schmuck. I will hopefully make it to SNAG when I am back in North America next year. I am so glad you like my work. I have a new necklace you might like, I should have pictures soon.

I LOVE your profile picture, your corsette and necklace are devine. I look forward to meeting you one day. :)

Rickson

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