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Artificer Made is not just a shop. It's a movement. An idea. Artificer made is a craft ideology. And it has grown beyond one man and his hammers. Working together under the Artificer Made banner are now two artisans, Myself and my stunning wife Stacy.

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Stacy Bright of BrightGlass
Stacy is a bead-smith who works with both traditional and experimental hot glass techniques. A holder of a degree in chemistry and a graduate degree in accounting she puts both skill sets to use while perfecting her artistry.

Stacy has a shop of her own, BrightGlass, but for her growing repertoire of less traditional projects she has decided to sell them under the Artificer Made label. More than just a selection of unusual glassworks, Stacy shares this shop's mission of controlling as much of the creative process as possible in…

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  • Male
  • Born on August 13
  • Joined January 27, 2012

Favorite materials

Copper, Silver, Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Glass, Leather

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About

Artificer Made is not just a shop. It's a movement. An idea. Artificer made is a craft ideology. And it has grown beyond one man and his hammers. Working together under the Artificer Made banner are now two artisans, Myself and my stunning wife Stacy.

INTRODUCTIONS:
Stacy Bright of BrightGlass
Stacy is a bead-smith who works with both traditional and experimental hot glass techniques. A holder of a degree in chemistry and a graduate degree in accounting she puts both skill sets to use while perfecting her artistry.

Stacy has a shop of her own, BrightGlass, but for her growing repertoire of less traditional projects she has decided to sell them under the Artificer Made label. More than just a selection of unusual glassworks, Stacy shares this shop's mission of controlling as much of the creative process as possible in every finished piece she puts her name on. Above and beyond that, Stacy will engage the customer or even the spectator with the full force of her own enthusiasm for this art by answering any questions and even giving advice and short lessons.

Christopher Bright
I studied under a master metalsmith for two years before beginning a career in heavy machine repair. I have built my professional reputation on being able to rebuild any machine and make any tool or part necessary to do so. I have since changed direction and finished a Masters in International Studies and global commerce.

To keep my skills sharp I began a self-study of pre-industrial revolution metalsmithing techniques, in particular coppersmithing. When the Steampunk scene exploded I found an outlet and began creating pseudo-historical contraptions with a passion.

My goal in creating this shop was to demonstrate that even something that serves a fictional purpose can be real. I will likely never pilot an airship, but if I ever get that chance my brass goggles will be made out of brass.

Thank you,
Chris & Stacy
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