LYNETTE ANDREASEN "Invented Heirlooms"

  • 12 Oct 2012
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Randolph Center Photo Lecture Room, Bldg #2, 200 S Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711; Contact: Jeanne - 520-791-4063 X130


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"Invented Heirlooms" Presentation

Lynette will present a "FREE and Open to the Public" power point presentation entitled "Invented Heirlooms" in conjunction with her week end "Earrings" Workshop at Metal Arts Village. Come welcome ADC's new co-president from the "North"!

BIO: Lynette Andreasen was raised in Tucson, Arizona. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Metals and jewelry in 2006, and a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Metals and Jewelry at Arizona State University in 2010. Lynette's work has been shown extensively in galleries across the United States including, Facere Jewelry Gallery, Heidi Lowe Gallery, Shaw Gallery, and Mobilia Gallery. Recently, her work has been published in the 500 Necklaces Lark Publications, American Craft Magazine, and Art Jewelry Magazine. Lynette is also an educator and has taught metalsmithing classes at both Arizona State University and Phoenix Center for the Arts. Lynette is currently an artist in residence at Mesa Art Center in Mesa, AZ.

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