Edera Jewelry Featured in Green Mountain Artisans Documentary Film

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Last year I was honored to be interviewed for a documentary film about craftspeople in Vermont. The film, entitled Green Mountain Artisans, was created by documentary filmmaker Natalie Stultz, and was produced by Frog Hollow Gallery. The film spotlights the work, process, and inspiration of four artisans: glass artist Michael Egan, wood turner Al Stirt,  metal sculptor Kate Pond, and myself. 

From left to right: Me, Michael Egan, Kate Pond, Natalie Stultz, and Al Stirt at the film's premiere. 

From left to right: Me, Michael Egan, Kate Pond, Natalie Stultz, and Al Stirt at the film's premiere. 

There was a great turnout for the premiere at Frog Hollow in Burlington, VT last Saturday. The film will be on display in the gallery for the whole month of March, in conjunction with an exhibit of the four featured artists' work. I have a wide selection of designs on display at the gallery. For more information, visit Frog Hollow's website at froghollow.org

Edera Jewelry designs on display at Frog Hollow Gallery for the month of March. 

Edera Jewelry designs on display at Frog Hollow Gallery for the month of March. 

A big thank you to Flawless Cosmetic Design, Hannah Hoffman, Celia Grace Wedding DressesThe Southern Vermont Art Center, Jennifer Perellie Makeup, Finishing Touch, and the Bennington Free Library for their contributions to the filming of my segment of the film!

xo,

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