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[Welcome] New Members for April 30, 2010


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Please welcome our newest members!

William C Meyer
Ginny’s Gems
Howell, New Jersey. USA

http://www.ginnysgems.com

Formerly I was an electrical engineer for over 30 years. In 1980 I
started engraving for my wife’s jewelry business and gradually
ventured into jewelry designing. In 1990 I joined my wife full time
in the jewelry business and have been there ever since.

I have won 2 international design contests with some on my original
designs and presently have moved to full 3D CadCam design with my
own mill. This has given us a great edge on the design of new pieces
because of the intricate designs and speed we can complete them.

Jamie D Hall
Michael Hall Design-Jeweller
Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. UK

http://primitive.ganoksin.com/blogs/

Im an apprentice jeweller, based in Derby, UK, and I work for my
fathers business, making and repairing a range of modern and antique
(1900s " present) items, using a mixture of old and new techniques.
Ive been an apprentice for 5 years, and Im currently working
part-time, so that I c an broaden my horizons a little. Im hoping to
approach the experience as a sort of journeyman " proficient in some
basic methods, but in need of experience and external advice.

Sandra K Murphy
Angelbear Creations
Pikeville, NC. USA

I am 50 years old and married to the most understanding man. He
supports my beading and my painting. He says I’m really good. I have
just started beading. My work is not fancy right now, but I will be
buying more supplies and that will help. Iam really enjoying beading
I sit on my bed at night and bead while I watch tv. I enjoy painting
also.

Cynthia C Brucksch
Deepwater, MO. USA

I am interested in learning about enamels and metalsmithing,

Katrina Freene
Adelaide, Australia

I am a contemporary Jeweller From Adelaide in South Australia. I
work from a shared studio with other glass artists, a graphic
designer and one other jeweller. Currently I am making jewellery out
of recycled vintage tin trays and biscuit tins.

Patti Malone Meadows
Botanical Blessings
Chattanooga, TN. USA

I am the Volunteer Coordinator for a large music festival (Riverbend
Festival) in Chattanooga, TN. In addition, I make jewelry using
leaves, flowers, and other natural objects.