Below are links to the websites and blogs of ADC members.
ADC Central Chapter blog of the latest events and happenings in the Phoenix and Northern Arizona area.
Lynette was raised in Tucson, Arizona, but currently lives and works in Mesa, Arizona. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Metals and Jewelry in 2006, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Metals and Jewelry at Arizona State University in 2010. Andreasen is an educator and has taught metalsmithing and jewelry classes at Arizona State University and Phoenix Center for the Arts. Currently an artist in residence at Mesa Art Center, Andreasen works as a studio jeweler and instructor at both Mesa Art Center and Central Arizona College.
Barbara Brandel started out with figure drawing, moved to weaving and fiber arts for 25 years, and is now involved with mixed media assemblages, painting, and collage with postage stamps. The collage work often is about her fascination with the human form, and its coverings.
I was born and raised in the Midwest where my love of stones led to informal instruction (gem and mineral club) in lapidary and silversmithing. A relocation to Arizona in 1984 has been pivotal to my continuing artistic development. I founded Song of the Phoenix in 1992 and offer handmade jewelry, select loose cabochons and BEADifferent™ findings - a reusable findings system I developed especially for handmade flame worked beads.
Charity Hall received her master of fine arts degree in metal design from East Carolina University. Charity currently teaches Metals at Pima Community College.
Born and raised in Rural Wisconsin, currently living with my wife and two sons in Tempe, AZ. Tedd teaches blacksmithing and metalsmithing/jewelry part-time at Arizona State University. Additionally he is the Central Chapter's Vice President and Metalink chairman.
Fred Zweig's new blog. Read of Fred's adventures and passions guaranteed to entertain and inform you.