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[Welcome] New Members for October 6, 2008


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Please welcome our newest members!

Erin Metzger
Milwaukee, WI. USA

I’ve worked mainly with polymer clay… but now I want to branch out
into wire wrapping. Wish me luck! :wink:

Karen Sue Stolzenberg
Karen stolzenberg designs
Evanston, IL. USA

I mostly work in enamel and teach full time. Unfortunately, due to
my teaching load I have not had much time to do my personal work,
but am hoping to get more time to do my work this year. I would also
like to get back into showing my work.

Ruth Berenbaum
London, UK

I use the technique of flameworking to make a wide range of objects,
including: jewellery, lighting, vessels and intallations. I have
recently started to incorporate Argentium silver into my jewellery
and so I am keen to learn about metal working techniques.

Emily Alexander
Alexander Silverworks
Raleigh, NC. USA

I’m a silversmith in Raleigh, North Carolina. I specialize in
restoring and repairing silverware (such as flatware, hollowware,
etc). I got my start as a teenager at the Horizons camp near
Northampton, Massachussetts (now called Snow Farm) and later, at the
Penland School of Crafts in Penland, North Carolina. My husband,
Chris, worked as a goldsmith for Mary Ann Scherr in the 1990’s. We
share a shop in our house.

Jerry Torrens
Bronx, NY. USA

Fine Art Photographer. Jewelry making aficionado.

Audrey Forcier
Utica, NY

Just getting started and have found this site to be invaluable.

William Roderick Douglas
William douglas jewellers
Melbourne, Victoria. Australia, 3032

making jewellery in Melbourne Australia for nearly 40 years
interested in all facets of the industry

Ramon A Gonzalez
Chicago, Illinois. USA

My name is Ramon, originally from Venezuela and live in Chicago. I
learned to work with sterling silver some years ago. I was looking to
take pottery classes and ended up taking jewelry classes at a local
art center. I haven’t practice in a regular basis, but I’m back on
track once more. I love designing bold pieces and mostly with an
industrial look, necklaces and earings mainly. I love soldering, but
mostly work cold conections; it has made me more creative since I
can’t solder at home. I’m dedicated to jewelry less than part time
since I work full time and go to college. I will inmerse myself in
this beautiful world of jewelry fultime someday, not to far.
Meanwhile, I’ll keep learning and hope to get support through this
community and if I can help anyone solve a problem or answer any
question I know, I’ll be more than happy to.