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At 1:38pm on December 9, 2013, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership renewal and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through December 15, 2014.
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At 9:42am on May 10, 2013, Miri Admoni said…

With a big delay.... thanks for the friendship. I love your work, it's so beautiful!!!

At 7:07pm on October 8, 2012, nisa blackmon said…

Wendy, your work is just amazing!!  "Samba," "Ooze," and "Cornet" give me huge smiles -- Fantastic!

At 1:27pm on June 5, 2012, Shana Kroiz said…

I am teaching an experimental enameling class and would love to use some of your images as examples, If this is OK with you would you e-mail me some images for my class to view?

shanakroiz@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Shana Kroiz

Workshop and Special Events Coordinator for the Maryland Institute College of Art, Jewelry Center

At 11:04am on April 17, 2012, Heather Bayless said…

Hello! Not sure if you remember me but we met briefly in Korea when you were in a talk at Kookmin University. Hope you've been well, your work is beautiful!

At 9:15pm on October 22, 2011, April Jasmine Field said…

Hey Wendy! Congrats on the feature.  It's been a year since I took your workshop at Peter's Valley. I just set up an enameling studio at my new workplace, I'm happy I can keep enameling after graduating school last spring I hope you are doing well.   Your work looks great :)

 

At 6:20pm on October 21, 2011, Jon M Ryan said…

I'm in Chicago right now, but planning to go back to Korea this winter.  Thanks for telling me about that museum, I'll be sure to check it out when I am back in Korea. 

I like your work, particularly Blue Hydra

At 5:02pm on March 30, 2011, Michele Grady said…
wow! such beautiful work! congrats on being featured!
At 2:02pm on March 26, 2011, alice simpson said…
Beautiful forms and craftsmanship.
At 1:14pm on March 26, 2011, Maria Apostolou said…
Congratulations on being a featured artist! Amazing work!
At 8:29am on March 26, 2011, Montserrat Lacomba said…
Congratulations Wendy! You are a featured artist!
At 11:54am on December 30, 2010, Dawn Blair said…

I'm in love with your work! All the texture encased in sleekness... Fabulous!

Cheers, Dawn

At 1:31pm on February 13, 2010, Nancy Selvin said…
Hello Wendy....would love to visit your studio when I am in Baltimore this summer!
At 12:52pm on October 31, 2009, Donald Friedlich said…
Thanks for your kind comments about my work.
At 11:23am on September 16, 2009, Robert Longyear said…
geez - you really put the time in*

glad you appreciated it all*

surfacing for air is right*

i feel like that all too often*
At 4:02am on June 26, 2009, marcus marguillier said…
Your enamel work is very fresh. I like it a lot !
At 9:17am on June 5, 2009, Courtney Starrett said…
Thank you!
At 3:43pm on May 30, 2009, Montserrat Lacomba said…
Thank you for adding me as a friend. Your work is really nice!
At 9:21am on May 25, 2009, Analya Cespedes said…
Hello Wendy. Thanks for making it to Sub Octo during Snag. It was great seeing you during the conference. Let's be in touch!
analya
At 9:19pm on May 24, 2009, Harriete Estel Berman said…
Thanks for your comments about the Professional Development Seminar. If you want to tell me more, offer specific feedback or suggest future topics, just write back.
Harriete

Tales From the Tool Box - A Crafthaus Online Exhibition

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

Mantel Box 230 x 330 x 45 mm

Mantel Box in Cherry wood with a hinged glass door, containing a silver vessel marked ‘drink me’, marbles, sweets and found objects

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

www.diana-greenwood.com

View the new CRAFTHAUS online exhibition (October 24-November 24, 2014)

Tales from the Tool Box - Chapter 1

Curated by Mark Fenn - Studiofenn, UK

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