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Entomology 101: Beetles & MothsIn this class, students will learn everything about basic insect preparation. We will discuss harvesting and drying specimen, rehydrating dried specimen, and in class we will practice handling techniques, spreading, mounting, the nuances of posing, display, and maintenance. An assortment of…See More
Bluerock Gallery July 16/17 - I will have chased pictures - equine, abstract, maple leaves... Bluerock has so much gorgeous artwork to lust over - and it's close to two meaderies, makes for a fabulous day-trip! Hope to see you there.Image: "History & Industry" - detail, chased and repousséd copper plate. Christine Pedersen. 2016.…See More
The pulse of today’s jewelry art is captured in 400 beautiful color photos demonstrating today’s top levels of mastery. Created by more than 70 contemporary international jewelry artists, these pieces of body-adorning sculpture—rings, collars,…
"Prior to this I spent many years in College and University. I worked in Government offices, did a lot of online and print publishing and honed my skills as a "Receptionist." Essentially, everything I learned (spent!) during my academic…"
Do you consider yourself a professional, student or emerging artist. Are you a gallery, school, organization or guild?
In what area of the metal arts do you work?
silversmith, metalsmith, sculptor
Tell us about your education.
I began by taking lessons from a silversmith. I've continued to increase my skill level through further courses, reading and experimentation.
Share some of your career highlights or goals.
In 2011 I won the Best Jewelry Award at the Sooke Fine Arts Show in Sooke, BC and over the last few years, my work has been juried into other art shows on Vancouver Island.
I hope to take my work into more of a sculptural direction and use my organic, elemental designs to add beauty to our planet.
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