Wednesday, December 09, 2009

I guess you could say I'm on a roll!

The bracelet pictured in my last post was, as you can see, used on the cover of the January issue of Art Jewelry Magazine.

On top of that, I'm happy to report that I applied to three artist's residencies for next year, and was accepted by two of them, so I'll be spending a week at ArtSmith on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington State in March, and two weeks at Ragdale in April or May!

For those interested in classes-- I'm offering two very cool workshops at the Peninsula Art School next year. One is a three-day on soldering techniques, June 25-27, in which we will make a soldering sampler pendant (the picture with the turquoise is my sample). The other is a metal clay class September 30-October 2. The silver piece, "Fish Kitchen" is one of my silver clay pieces.

Also, I'll be teaching once again at the Bead and Button Show in Milwaukee, June 6-13, lots of classes (registration begins January 12th) and at the three currently-scheduled Interweave events. These are: BeadFest Philadelphia, BeadFest Wire and BeadFest Santa Fe

And I'll be a presenter at the, talking about using metalsmithing techniques on metal clays.

Shows and more classes are still up in the air, so stay tuned, but I am always happy to talk to interested folks directly about pieces they may wish to buy, or classes they may wish to take, or have me teach. You can always reach me at


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Noel,
I just read your test of fluxes on Ganoksin and I am planning to order some new flux today. However, I am curious if in your testing of the Magic Flame you used water mixed with it or alcohol? Thanks so much for doing the testing! Firescale certainly drives us all crazy!!

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