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[Welcome] New Members for August 13, 2011


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Orchid Circulation: 11,500 members!

Please welcome our newest members…

Donna Law
D. Law Jewelry Designs
Phoenix, AZ. USA

I am an independent designer & goldsmith with over 30 years of bench
experience. I specialize in custom made fine jewelry. I sell through
galleries and fine art shows.

Lauren Terry McCarthy
LTMcART Jewelry
Binghamton, NY. USA

http://www.LTMcARTJewelry.com

A graduate of Syracuse University with a BFA in Advertising Design
and Illustration, Lauren excelled in a creative marketing career
working for Fortune 100 companies, small businesses and start-ups.
Lauren is also a commissioned fine artist and has been since her
high school days. She is established in her community as a portrait
artist and painter. A member of the American Portrait Association,
Lauren is commissioned by both corporate and private individuals.

Her creative passion also radiates from her handcrafted couture line
of custom artisan jewelry. Lauren works in many different mediums,
combining vintage components with fine silver or bronze focal
elements made from metal clay. Her beading and wire work designs
have been combined to make some of her most coveted pieces to date.
Always a lover of unique handmade jewelry herself, as a designer
Lauren has a style that blends natural materials with expressive
fluidity to make her works highly collectible pieces. She has a keen
use of color, rich tones and unique materials make each of her
pieces a one-of-a-kind gem.

Susan W Lawson
Dalton, GA. USA

My husband and I recently took classes at the William Holland School
of Lapidary Arts and are hooked on enameling and silversmithing!

Jeannette Froese LeBlanc
Metal Clay Artist Magazine
Merrickville, Canada

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/bm

Jeannette is the creator, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Metal
Clay Artist Magazine. After two decades working as a studio potter
and doing the “show circuit”, jewellery slowly took over her studio
and she hasn’t looked back since finding metal clay. Along with her
studio work, Jeannette enjoyed teaching art and linguistics at both
at the middle school and college levels for 20 years. She now spends
her days with her two children and her nights working on the
magazine and sneaking in a bit of studio time here and there!
Jeannette always has been involved with artistic endeavors and is
the consummate teacher. The magazine is an extension of her classroom
and studio.

Metal Clay Artist Magazine is the first print magazine devoted
entirely to the metal clay arts. It is created by metal clay artists
for metal clay artists, and is designed to serve artists at all
levels of experience.

Metal Clay Artist Magazine’s mission is to share, exchange and
develop ideas, promote education, inspire creativity, and increase
appreciation for the work done by metal clay artists worldwide.

Barbara A Tschache
BnB Dynamix
Vernonia, OR. USA

I’m a bellydancer and teacher (Tribal fusion) and create jewelry and
costumes in a nomad/Byzantine/ancient style, mainly. I bead,
metalwork and enjoy polymer clay for it’s ability to mimic much
pricier materials.

My husband and I are in the process of learning to reclaim metals
from scrap electronics since we are both computer techies and get
lots of broken stuff.

We have 8 or so cats whom we adore, live in the country and life is
good… if only we weren’t so dang poor.