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JEWELERS & METALSMITHS  

Vinnie Miller

 

 

Modernist Works

Modernist jewelry by Vinni Miller

“Imagination is not the same as creativity.  Creativity takes the process of imagination to another level.  To be creative you actually have to do something.  It involves putting your imagination to work to make something new.”

http://www.modernistworks.com/

Thomasin Durgin

 

 

Thomasin Durgin Handwrought Jewelry

Mixed metal jewelry with an emphasis on form and space, made from sterling silver, shibuichi, copper, gold, brass, and gems using traditional silversmithing techniques including piercing, etching, soldering, and forging.

http://www.thomasin.com

Holly Rittenhouse

 

 

Holly Rittenhouse - Studio Jewelry

As a studio jeweler, I create one-of-a-kind pieces fabricated from silver and semi-precious stones.  I have modernist influences and work toward incorporating them in fresh, contemporary designs.

www.hollyrittenhouse.com 

Heidi Abrahamson

 

 

Heidi Abrahamson

Heidi Abrahamson is a studio jeweler specializing in modern Scandinavian and mid-century modern design.

www.heidiabrahamson.com

Daniel Macchiarini &  Emma Macchiarini Mankin-Morris

 

 

Macchiarini Creations

Jewelry & Sculpture by Macchiarini: fabulous sculptural handmade jewelry and art.

www.macreativedesign.com

Joel Thomas Misita

 

 

Coppersmith Joel Thomas Misita creates some of the most breathtaking custom copper artwork and architectural features available today. Each piece is designed and hand-crafted to order. This website provides a venue for information and photos of some of this commissioned work, such as custom copper lighting, detailed interior fixtures, exterior awnings and cupolas, copper art designs, and more.

http://www.misitadesigns.com/ 
Fred Zweig

   
Fred Zweig is a practicing self taught metalsmith with a passion for process. "I design with process in mind and the careful use of my media, he says. "I have been doing this since the '70s and love every minute of it. I have taught adult classes for over 20yrs and now only do workshops. I consider myself a 'hammerman' and have little interest in other processes due to a limited lifespan. So much to learn and so little time. Forging, raising, repoussage, and fabrication are the routes I use to reach my design."
http://www.artmetal.com/blog/fred_zweig

Fred Zweig is also involved with teaching metalsmithing workshops.  See
http://www.idyllwildarts.org

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