There is a difference between studying art and being an artist. I have done both. In college, I majored in sculpture/jewelry/metals and learned the practical aspects of the craft. Since college, I have devoted myself to the artistry itself. The practical lessons of the past merging with the discoveries made in and of "the moment."
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Much of my work tends to have an organic feel to it, and I enjoy experimenting, both with various mediums in jewelry and with various types of art in general (thus, the wide…
- Born on November 10
- Joined October 3, 2009