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I was born and raised in East Germany and was 12 years old when the "Wall" fell. Currently, I reside in Phoenix Arizona after moving there from New Mexico with my hubby and black lab "Roxy."

Art has always been my hobby and an escape from a stressful day job in health care. The vacuous desert of New Mexico inspired my creativity to fill the voids with huge colorful paintings of flowers, plants, mountains, landscapes, and extraterrestrial planets. Having run out of space on our walls, I began selling my pieces at a local farmer's market. Always in search of new ideas and mediums, I took a few courses in silversmithing and became passionate about creating custom handmade jewelry.

Also working with me as my " CEO, CFO " Director and Photographer is my husband of 10 years R.J. Laskin. While i have…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 12
  • Joined September 20, 2009

Favorite materials

silver, acrylic on canvas, spray paint, metals, copper, stones, precious stones, gems

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About

nicilaskin.etsy.com

I was born and raised in East Germany and was 12 years old when the "Wall" fell. Currently, I reside in Phoenix Arizona after moving there from New Mexico with my hubby and black lab "Roxy."

Art has always been my hobby and an escape from a stressful day job in health care. The vacuous desert of New Mexico inspired my creativity to fill the voids with huge colorful paintings of flowers, plants, mountains, landscapes, and extraterrestrial planets. Having run out of space on our walls, I began selling my pieces at a local farmer's market. Always in search of new ideas and mediums, I took a few courses in silversmithing and became passionate about creating custom handmade jewelry.

Also working with me as my " CEO, CFO " Director and Photographer is my husband of 10 years R.J. Laskin. While i have the physical more demanding job i think his is harder.

want to see how i make things, take a look at my blog

http://nicilaskin.blogspot.com/2012/04/cuff-links-eginning-to-end.html

Customers always ask me if one can really play with my picks and the answer is yes. One of my musician friends , Tim Verheyden , made a youtube video where he shows what you can do with metal picks .


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYGanv5YULw

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