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Posted on April 20, 2012 at 9:19am 1 Comment 1 Like
SO I just finished making a norigae for Jessica Alba. She's going to Japan then Korea for celebrity stuff and will be wearing a traditional Korean dress and the norigae is a decorative element worn in front. I'm pretty excited about it. Picture soon to come!
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Definitely check out Velvet da Vinci - it is a must see for art jewelry. Doesn't look like there is a show up right now, but they have a great regular selection of artists. Also new are D&H Sustainable Jewelers on Market St in the Castro, and Love and Luxe on Valencia. If you're able to get to the East Bay in Oakland/Piedmont there is Lireille. Through June 12 is the amazing Pulp Fashion show at the Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum, which is also a must see. Have a super visit!
great meeting you at SNAG--I plan on blogging about the student work and will include the picture I snapped of you by your wood shirt/pin. I was going to also include your business card since it is so sweet--i'll fuzz out your phone number if you don't want that on my blog.
Hope to see you in SF this summer, here is the link to the symposium this fall: http://www.metalartsguildsf.org/events/mag_workshops.htm
Here is the facebook page for the Metal Arts Guild group: https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_171495445572
Regarding your quest for studio space in SF, you may want to get in touch with some of our SF members to see if they have any thoughts for you:
Best of luck!
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