Sharon Boardway was a jewelry maker even as a child, and remembered that “the day my sister Pam, who is six years older than I, went off to school
Jim Kelso began working with wood in a boat-building class he took at a community college.
Largely self-taught, Del Stubbs studied woodturning with Peter English in Oregon from 1974 to 1975.
Ira Sherman grew bored with biology and chemistry in college and began taking art classes as a way to escape the “rigidity of science.” He develope
Philip Fike studied under the GI Bill at the University of Wisconsin, where, as an undergraduate, he revived an ancient decorative metal technique
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