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Nicole Ringgold
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I love my life!
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Seven Tips From an Instagram Novice
As an artist striving to secure an online presence I dove head-first into a number of social media platforms, initially Facebook, this blog, and Pinterest, all with moderately successful results. It wasn't until a year ago that I tackled Instagram. Now, one...

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A Gallery of (Relatively) New Work
My business took off in leaps and bounds in August of 2016 when my Instagram followers hit 5,000. The growth was mind boggling. Due to the consistency in high sales, I have been able to make significant changes to my business as I head into 2017. I expanded...

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Intermediate Silversmithing Intensive
Registration is now open! Course Description: What? Intermediate Silversmithing Intensive When?  May 22-26 Where? Twisp, WA in my personal studio This workshop is a 5-day intensive for intermediate silversmiths. We will work for 7 hours each day with a one-...

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Project-Specific Workshop
Registration is now open! Course Description: What? Project-Specific Workshop When? April 24-28 Where? Twisp, WA in my personal studio. This workshop is a 5-day intensive for intermediate silversmiths. We will work for 7 hours each day with a one-hour break...

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Silversmithing Basics Intensive
Registration is now open! Course Description: What? Silversmithing Basics Intensive When? March 13-17 Where? Twisp, WA in my personal studio. This workshop is a 5-day intensive for beginning silversmiths. We will work for 7 hours each day with a one-hour br...

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Roasted Sunflower Seeds (In Shells): Recipe
This year I grew Tarahumara sunflowers. Each breathtaking, robust golden stalk produces an enormous head filled with delicious, edible white shelled seeds. This huge sunflower produces a primary, large (8-10” diameter) single flower head and stands up to 15...

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Concord Grape Vine with a Cluster of Grapes
I decided to submit a botanical piece to the Saul Bell Design Award . The mission of the award falls right in line with why I set out to make botanical jewelry: "The Saul Bell Design Award is a chance for jewelers to reach for greater heights of skill and k...

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Intermediate Silversmithing Workshop: January 23-27
Registration is now open! Course Description: What? Intermediate Silversmithing Intensive When? January 23-27 Where? Twisp, WA in my personal studio. This workshop is a 5-day intensive for intermediate silversmiths. We will work for 7 hours each day with a ...

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Huckleberry Scones with an Elderberry Glaze: Recipe
A mother. A daughter. An almost blind dog. Sweeping views, exercise, crisp mountain air, whistling marmots, huckleberries, elderberries, and lots of bad jokes. What more could you want? Fortunately our nibbling along the way didn't result in empty hands. We...

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Gallery of Recent Work: Hand Fabricated Botanical Jewelry
My obsession with making botanical jewelry has not ceased. In fact, with each hike I take I am riveted by wildflowers, berries, leaves, and moss. I steal small samples for future studies. My prolific garden is an endless source of inspiration. Thus...this p...
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