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I consider myself very lucky to be able to create jewelry on a full time basis now. I retired from the State of Vermont a couple of years ago and spend my days in my workshop which overlooks hills and fields in my rural Vermont town.

Primarily self-taught, I started making jewelry about 8 years ago, progressing from beads and wire to working with different metals. I love the characteristics of metal - it can be formed, hammered, heated into any shape imaginable and then when you have it just right, it can be patinaed, textured, polished. Designing jewelry is a constant challenge. I'm always learning.

  • Female
  • Born on June 9
  • Joined March 23, 2010

Favorite materials

copper, brass, sterling and fine silver, semi precious stones

About

I consider myself very lucky to be able to create jewelry on a full time basis now. I retired from the State of Vermont a couple of years ago and spend my days in my workshop which overlooks hills and fields in my rural Vermont town.

Primarily self-taught, I started making jewelry about 8 years ago, progressing from beads and wire to working with different metals. I love the characteristics of metal - it can be formed, hammered, heated into any shape imaginable and then when you have it just right, it can be patinaed, textured, polished. Designing jewelry is a constant challenge. I'm always learning.

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