Very Happy

We…just got back from D.C. and we went to…the Phillips Museum. And low and behold, in their gift shop was some of your mesh jewelry. Of course there are a couple of necklaces that I bought my daughters and…my own necklace with the seed pods…that I always get compliments on. …it makes me very happy that other people will see your beautiful work.

J. W. Ventura, CA

Milwaukee Award

“This artist’s manipulation of chain mail mesh, a material associated with protection and defense, into stylish pieces of wearable art is marvelous. The soft bends and folds of the forms add an unexpected subtlety of design to the works. The accenting details and clean designs combine to give each piece an overall elegance.”

Milwaukee Lakefront Festival of the Arts Award, 2008

Take It Off

I bought your necklace at the Baltimore Craft Show. The only problem is, people keep asking me to take it off so they can feel it. If you receive requests from the Philadelphia area, they probably come from me — because I wear the necklace a LOT.

Thanks.       Susan

Fashion Armor

“Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.”

Bill Cunningham

Rave Reviews

Elaine—thanks a million.  Wore vest to St. Patty’s day party…..rave reviews.  Loving it.


Avid Fan

I adore my necklace, and find myself putting it on any chance I get. Please consider me one of your newest avid fans.

Linda L., Chicago

Totally Fabulous!

You are totally fabulous! I’m wearing the scarf right now and getting a lot of attention. I LOVE it!

Judy D.

Craft in America Talk

Elaine was part of a panel of three metal artists who talked about their craft in a presentation titled "Women's Work" at the Craft in America Center in Los Angeles. A reception at Freehand Gallery followed and featured an exhibit of the artists' work. Elaine joined...

Elaine Exhibiting at Freehand Gallery

"Women's Work" at Freehand Gallery Not only will Elaine's work be on display (including on models who will be circulating at the opening), in addition Elaine will take part in a panel discussion focusing on women working in metal. The opening is Saturday, October 18,...

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