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[Welcome] New Members for September 23, 2008

Please welcome our newest members!

Jamie Winslow
Creative Energy
Annandale, New Jersey. USA

I have been in the arts all my life. Art Director, VP of Custom
Product for a giftware casting firm. I later started my own Ad/Fine
art Agency. I did sculpting of small items for jewelry manufacture
and large corporate installations. Another move resulted in another
career change; jewelry designer and manufacturer of one of a kind
studio jewelry. I have been working in this media for seven years and
I love it! Always learning and always surprised when using my “mixed
metal” medium; sterling silver, copper, brass, bronze and any unusual
stone, fossil or “whatever” I can come up with.

Eric Hayes
Tigard, OR. USA

I am a hobby creator of things in mixed media. This includes wood,
metal, glass, painting, jewelry… some times mixed together

Rachelle Goldreich
Michmoret, Israe

I am a lampwork glass artist and jewelry designer, using my glass
creations with semi precious stones, pearls, etc.

Mary Donald
Los Angeles, CA. USA

I’m a studio jeweler employing a wide variety of materials with an
emphasis on alternative, non-traditional materials.

James Pollock
Narrows, VA. USA

Private Investigator trying to help local authorities identify the
remains of someone found at Smith Mountain Lake. The primary clue
involves a class ring located near the body.

Bob Rush
Valley Springs, California. USA

Long time lapidary.

Emie Stewart
Fort Worth, Texas. USA

Silversmith and lapidary; jewelry design.

Stefanie A Burringtion
Marquette, MI. USA

I am a jewelry student at Northern Michigan University in the great,
vast, North woods. As I said I am a student and am learning through
directed studies, working on my own or with a small group of peers.
Currently I am looking to broaden my abilities as a Jeweler and
become as marketable as possible before the end of my time here at

I have a small limited production line of castings that I am
attempting to market but I am finding that the there are many things
to consider when designing a line for sale viruses personal use.

Dianna Wolfe
Port St John, Florida. USA

I’ve been creating jewelry since 1996 and I am still a novice. I’ve
evolved from a small wire loom and seed beads to working with wire
and metal. And I am still learning.