about the artist

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Emily was raised in Norfolk, Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the School of Art, Design, and Art History at James Madison University through the Honors College with a concentration in metals. Along with her background in jewelry making, she has studied glass blowing at The Chrysler Museum of Art and The Corning Museum of Glass. With a minor degree in art history, she has worked regionally at several art institutions including the Heller Gallery and the Hollis Taggart Gallery in New York City. Emily's work, including jewelry, metalwork, hot sculpted and blown glass has been featured in exhibitions in the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio’s "Vestibule 102," San Francisco's Crafty's Competition jewelry finals, and most recently the Quirk Gallery. Her current studio practice resides in Richmond, Virginia at the Mule Barn Craft Studio, a collaborative workspace made up of metalsmiths, flame workers, and glass artists. 

You can find her jewelry at the following locations: 

The Quirk Gallery, Richmond, VA
Gilt and Ash, Richmond, VA
The Yellow Button, Harrisonburg, VA

The Lady Jane, Harrisonburg, VA
Darling Boutique, Charlottesville, VA
Kitsch Handmade & Vintage, Norfolk, VA


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