August 24, 2021
Our Autumn exhibition celebrates contemporary artists that aren't afraid to push limits by moving away from classic designs and towards recognizable imagery.
Q: Where did you study Jewelry/Metalsmithing and when?
A: University of Georgia BFA Jewelry and Metalsmithing 2008, Rhode Island School of Design MFA Jewelry + Metalsmithing 2012, additional continuing education from FIT NYC (rhino) and New Approach School for Jewelers (stone setting and hand engraving)
Q: What inspires your work?
A: nature, line, drawing, simplicity, rustic
Q: Do you have a favorite piece you've made?
A: I am loving incorporating hand engraving into my newest work
Q: What made you want to start making jewelry?
A: so many fun tools, the ability to make such a personal art form
Q: What is your favorite process? Why that one over others?
A: hand engraving... allows me to draw into metal
Q: Who is your favorite artist/who do you wear?
A: I love having handmade rings made by other jewelers that I meet along the way
Q: Is there an artist on your personal wishlist that you hope to own one day?
A: Judy Geib
Q: What is something you would want someone to know about your work that they might not know?
A: my work is totally handmade and 95% of the time by me
Q: When you're not making jewelry, what are you doing?
A: being outside! kayaking, hiking and I love drawing
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