Teaching

Ribbons, Flowers, and Chocolate + 2020 Workshops
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Ribbons, Flowers, and Chocolate + 2020 Workshops

What could be more appropriate for Valentine’s Day? Currently, I have artwork inspired by all 3 of those things and more at 3 different exhibits across the USA. CRAFT NOUVEAU: AN INTERNATIONAL FINE CRAFT COMPETITION BLUE LINE ARTS, ROSEVILLE, CA January 3 – March 7 Ribbons: My concept was to form an undulating textile-like structure…

ME IN YOUR OWN STUDIO WHENEVER YOU WANT
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ME IN YOUR OWN STUDIO WHENEVER YOU WANT

Learn from the Master Who started the revival Although I primarily make my living as a professional artist, teaching is a huge love and a significant part of who I am. Seeing a lightbulb go on for someone else is as satisfying as making artwork myself. I’m also passionate about documenting nearly lost processes for…

“Translating Jewelry Techniques to Larger Scales” in the Spring, 2019 Issue of Metalsmith Tech
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“Translating Jewelry Techniques to Larger Scales” in the Spring, 2019 Issue of Metalsmith Tech

My article in Metalsmith Tech is about the endless possibilities and inevitable challenges of working large with nonferrous metals. It covers the Turtle Pocket Doors for a large media screen and the Etched double-sided room divider for the main salon of the same superyacht, plus the Eastern repousse, mokume gane artwork I created for the…