• Thank You for A Great Year!

by Kristin Cooper December 16, 2017

Wow, what an exciting year, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our long time friends, loyal customers, and all the new faces we've met! THANK YOU ALL!!

Looking back over the year we did so many new shows … NINE new shows this year! Many of you joined us in these new experiences including shows in cool venues like The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Union Station, InterUrban ArtHouse, beautiful farms outside of the big city, and more.

Thanks to all of you who followed and commented on our adventures during our 100-Days-of-Metalsmithing on Instagram and Facebook (and since!). Chris and I have so many ideas we are eager to begin and share with you in the coming months. We are grateful each day to get to do what we love, and we are incredibly grateful for your feedback, support and encouragement of our work! THANK YOU!!!



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