ECU Metals Symposium – Merging Methods

Posted by Marlene on January 8, 2012 in Lectures, Teaching | Short Link
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This weekend I will be a presenter and lead a couple of workshops at ECU’s Metals Symposium in Greenville, NC. I am really looking forward to returning to ECU and sharing inspirations, working methods and ways to create opportunities where you may least expect to find them.

Hair Art and Rememberance in the 19th Century

Posted by Marlene on May 16, 2010 in Lectures | Short Link
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Victorian hair brooch with table worked open frame and palette worked woven hair center set in yellow gold filled

Ted Noten

Posted by Marlene on May 14, 2010 in Lectures | Short Link
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On Tuesday, May 4th at Virginia Commonwealth University, I was delighted to attend a lecture given by Dutch artist Ted Noten.  His slide presentation was amazing and his work is definitely provocative.  One of the things he spoke about was making larger sculptural pieces and enjoying freedom from working on a jewelry scale.  He scans […]

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