• Desert problems
    Desert problems
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    It’s been an ongoing evolution to discover how to keep a bracelet securely on while also making it easy to remove.  We have a client living in Santa Fe where the climate is very dry.  She owns one of our beaded hinge bracelets that was designed to be kept closed with a pair of rare…

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  • One of a Kind Chicago
    One of a Kind Chicago
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    This will be our first time showing at One of a Kind at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.  It’s got a reputation for having loads of visitors.  We have 100 passes good for two people.  If you’d like one sent to you, please let us know. Thursday, December 6,  11:00-8:00 Friday, December 7, 11:00-8:00 Saturday,…

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  • Figuring it out
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    We had an exceptionally successful time selling work at the Philadelphia Craft Show this year.  Thinking that we must have done something right this time, we’re trying to figure out what that something was. The truth is that it was probably due to forces beyond our control, but still, I like to believe that some…

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  • How many Hydros?
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    I sometimes have a problem with self discipline–which is not good when you’re self employed.  I tend to flit from one thing to the next in the studio, so anything that gets me to stay at my clay table is a good thing. “Watching” (or rather listening) to Netflix on (my iPad with headphones) tethers…

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  • Post-Ireland
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    I did my first fellowship abroad spending two months in Ireland recently. Some surprising and unexpected things happened.  I had previously visited the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, so I thought I would be able to hit the ground running when I arrived. Instead, I spent about three weeks adjusting; to life without wifi, TV, iPhones, cats,…

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