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A year has passed since I was invited to show at The Scottish Gallery, a lovely space in New Town, Edinburgh - it was my first exhibition out of the country. There were many things for me to learn about shipping and pricing for another currency, just the mechanics of it all. The gallery staff were supportive…Continue
This project was my most recent custom order. The client wanted me to make the ring for her using the little diamonds that she had inherited from her relative in old jewelry, so there was sentimental attachment to them. It's a bold and beautiful statement and she loved the finished piece!…Continue
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My work is featured on handful of salt - interesting insights…thanks, Regina!
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Toshiko Takaezu was an especially strong influence on my work as a potter in the early 1970’s. She made wonderful large, quiet pieces and was a strong role model for me as a woman in a field then heavily dominated by men. Her esthetic has continued to be a reminder to me as a metalsmith of the strength and beauty in seemingly simple organic forms.
Safe journey, Toshiko…
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Just completed a custom order for a large (8") cuff bracelet - Meadow and Desert looking good together!
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The silver piece is how I figured out my pin catch on an open back before I jumped into it on the gold custom design. I have worked with fold-formed spirals on other pieces and still love the fluid quality.
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There's a new book called "Jewelry Design" that's just being published in China written by Shannon Guo. I cannot read a word since it's all in Chinese, but it looks like a nice book with lots of good pictures. My work, along with that of a lot of familiar faces, is featured through out the book. The piece on the far right of the cover is one of my brooches. Shannon Guo is Associate Professor, Jewelry and Metals Studio at the Fine Arts College of… Continue
This neckpiece recently sold to a veteran collector. The design was inspired by my childhood time spent creating jewelry with plastic "pop-beads", and is one of my favorite pieces.
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