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November already?

I saw a tiktok making fun of the fact that people always  say “I can’t believe it’s November…” Yes, my friends, despite arriving at a regular and predicatable intervals, November always seems to take us by surprise.

There’s no question that 2021 has been another year of not-quite-normal. But here we are..November. And the many year end holidays are here. If you have been watching the news, you may have noticed how the supply chain from Asia is having big trouble and panic is setting in about whether you’ll be able to buy what you need for holiday gifts.

The solution is right here. Buy local, buy  from small businesses and buy from independent artists.

Check out CraftBoston holiday online to see my work alongside the work of other independent artists. This online show opens Friday November 12 and runs all the way to January 30. Time enough for all of the many different winter holidays all the way into 2022.

And keep an eye on my shop as I add new and different products through out the season.

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Happy Diwali! Holidays are Here!

Happy Diwali!

Did you know I make jewelry inspired by Bharatanatyam Dance? I’m on the board of Usiloquy Dance Designs, a non-profit dance company in Philadelphia?

And if you are out and about in Philadelphia tomorrow Nov 6, 2021, get to Cherry Street Pier by 2pm and see Usiloquy Dance Designs in person! 

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Join me at the Smithsonian Craft Show

The Smithsonian Craft show is online this year and that means you can see all the incredible juried work without a trip to Washington DC. We are thrilled to be part of the show this year and don’t want our community to miss out on this opportunity.

My online “booth” will feature a number of one-of-a-kind pieces as well as both Ripples, Ships and New Energy Ripples pieces. Get yours before they are gone.

Join us online!

I hope to see you there!
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What is that Tacony LAB place all about?

When I’m not working in my studio this is one of the places where you can find me. I really appreciate all the support of the Northeast Times, and reporter Logan Krum, in shining a light on the emerging arts scene in Northeast Philadelphia. This week Logan came out to the LAB for an interview and to get a look around. Here’s the article he wrote.

Check out some of the photos

Photo by Logan Krum of the Northeast Times
Photo by Logan Krum of the Northeast Times
Photo by Logan Krum of the Northeast Times