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Cynthia Hendrickson

Cynthia Hendrickson

I combine traditional fabrication with wire weaving techniques. Cynthia Hendrickson’s work is inspired by a passion for texture and color.  She employs traditional metal fabrication methods such as cutting, forming, texturing, riveting, soldering, then combines these with fiber and basket weaving techniques to complete the piece. The design process begins with a stone as the […]

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Dottie Wood

Dottie Wood

I like to make jewelry that is provocative and stimulating. My jewelry is not for the timid, but for those who know who they are, and are comfortable with themselves. I want my jewelry to bring others into the soul of the wearer, and to know who they are by what they wear. The processes […]

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Paula Angeleri

Paula Angeleri

Paula Angeleri defines her style as experimental, using a variety of elements that give her work a unique character. As a “former environmentalist” organic forms inevitably appear in her creations. Her love for nature and life itself are the basis of her inspiration. She merges her respect for humanity and the legacy of family traditions […]

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Nathan Dube

Nathan Dube

My work expands on my interest in childhood play, by exploring its relationship to humor, aggression, and how the contemporary adult male identity is constructed in American culture.  The work uses childhood pranks and toys, reinterpreted as high-end adult objects, to highlight the aggressive and sometimes violent ways in which men interact with other men.  […]

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Becky Burt

Becky Burt

I was the kid who always had a pocket full of rocks and shells and strange pieces of wood or plastic; things from streams, the beach, the playground, or the floor of the forest. Objects draw me with their shape or texture, and I’ll often pick up something without a clear idea of what I’ll […]

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Linda Grandstaff

Linda Grandstaff

I design engaging, distinctive jewelry that reflects individuality and allows the individual to voice their freedom of expression without saying a word. I’ve been making jewelry for myself since 2005. What started as a hobby years ago turned into a lifeline in 2014 when at the age of 54, I was diagnosed with uterine cancer. […]

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Natalie Britton

Natalie Britton

My name is Natalie Britton.  I was born and raised in Texas. I currently live in League City and work out of a studio in my garage.  My jewelry design began in 2009 when I took my first soldering class at Glassell School of Art.  I fell in love with the torch and began learning […]

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Terry Fromm

Terry Fromm

Terry Fromm’s metal art reflects her experience with and influence by a variety of materials as she uses metals in ways similar to using fabrics in clothing and quilt construction in the past.  She utilizes the properties of metal to either soften and form it into fluid shapes resembling ribbons and fabric folds, or to […]

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Jan Harrell

Jan Harrell

This new body of enameled sculpture contains objects gifted to a larger than life persona — a muse. This bawdy and joyful goddess embraces life to its fullest and grabs a bit more when she gets the chance. These oversized gifts are particular to her feminine and robust tastes. A thorny rose bouquet, a string […]

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Priscilla Frake

Priscilla Frake

I began making jewelry as a child and have continued, on and off, for most of my life. After moving to California in 1996, I took classes at Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts and began pursing the craft more seriously. I furthered my study through workshops at the California College of Arts and Crafts and […]

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