• Speaking In Color

    (Santa Fe, NM) June 26th at The New Mexico Museum of Art, We will present a brief slide show history of our 27 years in collaboration.   An ever changing palette is reveled as “color chapters” in this talk about our evolving creative process.  During the month of June, Patina Gallery will be showing a large body of our latest…

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  • Smithsonian 2015

    The Smithsonian Craft Show is one of the very best craft shows in the world. National Building Museum 401 F St. NW, Washington, DC 20001 Thurs., April 23       10:30-7:30 Friday, April 24       10:30-7:30 Saturday, April 25  10:30-5:30 Sunday, April  26    11:00-5:00

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The Process

Our collaborative practice involves sending work between our Philadelphia and Santa Fe studios.
We had a strong foundation of working with materials and ideas back in art school, where we met in Rome in 1984. We could not have been more different, or more unlikely to collaborate. David created large abstract paintings in which color and the physicality of paint were a major component. Steve’s work, in contrast, was based on the question: “How can I make a painting as an object, a fully integrated three-dimensional piece?”  Read more 

  • Press

    Read more about our work, we have a selection of PDF’s available to download. 

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  • Galleries

    fordforlano jewelry is featured in art galleries & showrooms nationwide, take a look.

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  • Events

    We travel to craft fairs around the country, see where we’ll be traveling next or where we’ve been before.

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