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At 10:57am on March 17, 2012, Roger Rimel said…

Thank you for including my work on the featured artist pages and of course all of your work and insight. Recently, I particularly enjoyed seeing the work from the Massana school. 

At 9:13pm on March 15, 2012, Anna Lindsay MacDonald said…

Thank you! Looking forward to being a part of this community.

At 5:50pm on March 12, 2012, Lisa Sorrell said…

Brigette,

Thanks for the welcome. I'm glad I found this site!

Lisa Sorrell

Sorrell Custom Boots

At 11:23am on February 15, 2012, Ingrid Psuty said…

Looking forward to seeing you at SNAG.

At 10:52am on February 11, 2012, Alisha Low said…

Thank you for the warm welcome! I am very excited to be a member!

At 10:13am on February 10, 2012, Algirdas Morkunas said…

          Thank you very much for your nice comment.

At 6:42pm on February 8, 2012, Charity Hall said…

Thank you Brigitte! Wow...I did not expect such an immediate response.

At 3:20pm on February 3, 2012, Jason Kishell said…

No, No, THANK YOU!

At 6:09pm on February 2, 2012, Michelle Startzman said…

Thank you Brigitte! I will look into the brooch exhibition you sent me! It looks like it'll be interesting!

At 12:26pm on February 1, 2012, Priscilla Mouritzen said…

I've put my CV in on my profile - is this OK?

Slowly working things out - next is the music!!

At 6:45pm on January 14, 2012, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…

Crafthaus pool party at SNAG?! Sounds like a ton of fun, count me in.

At 2:01pm on January 13, 2012, Michelle Pajak-Reynolds said…

Thanks we shot it yesterday :)

At 12:33pm on January 10, 2012, Cami Ruh Clemo said…

Thanks Brigitte, I now understand the "participatory sport" aspect of crafthaus, so many inspiration people.

At 12:12pm on January 3, 2012, Lora Hart said…

Brigitte, I just wanted to take advantage of the new year to thank you for this space and all the incredibly hard, detailed work you do to keep it up to date, interesting and thriving!  Hope 2012 brings you everything!

At 6:50pm on January 2, 2012, Rameen Ahmed said…

Thanks, Brigitte.  Looking forward to being part of this creative community!

Rameen

At 8:00pm on December 16, 2011, Miri Admoni said…

Hi Birgitte, thank you, nice to meet you, I'm happy to be a part

of this fine looking network.

Miri

At 10:55am on December 5, 2011, doreen kassel said…

After the holiday rush I will be taking full advantage of this juicy site!

At 10:53am on December 5, 2011, doreen kassel said…

Thank You, Briggite. Nice to see you too,

& happy to be here,

Doreen

At 8:01pm on December 3, 2011, Julie Brooks said…

Thanks for the membership Brigitte!

At 6:34pm on December 3, 2011, Deborah Lozier said…

5 minutes of fame with your family! I bet it lasted longer than that. But you are truly welcome back as a house guest if they need a refresher. We should hunt for a speaking opportunity around the Bay. -deb

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A modern metalsmith/metal artist can be found working in traditional metals as well as in nontraditional materials. The designs can range from the classic to the extravagant, and the techniques can either be centuries old or decidedly current.

The wide range of expression preferences, design options, materials, and processes has lead within our field to unfavorable misconceptions, misunderstandings and in some cases even outright disdain between artists. Can the metal and jewelry field overcome its division and send out a much-needed signal?

We appreciate and respect our historical past and acknowledge that current materials have a rightful place in jewelry/object making!

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