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Art Jewelers Guild of the Grand Junction Area
Virginia Jensen, Co-director
204 Easter Hill Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81507
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Phone: 970-243-1220

Link: Art Jewelers Guild of the Grand Junction Area Website
The Art Jewelers Guild is a group of jewelry artisans joined as a regional association for the purposes of networking, education and sales opportunities. Members range from beginners to professionals. Advanced members teach classes and mentor beginners. The group encompasses broad categories of jewelry making, including silver and metal wire work, fused and torch glass, beadwork and fabric. The Guild meets monthly. Interested jewelry makers are encouraged to visit and join.
Christine Jarvis
Love This!
2941 Shavano St
Grand Junction, CO 81504
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Phone: 970-261-6261

Link: Christine Jarvis website
Christine Jarvis is a mixed media recycle addict who specializes in found objects and recycled materials. Often she can be seen digging through piles of discards looking for just the right accent for a piece. Currently she can be found working on several pieces simultaneously, while plugging away at her online retail store: Love This! You can view photos of her art work and jewelry available for sale at www.christinejarvisgallery or https://www.ebay.com/str/christinegreywolf.
Julie Glassman
Julie Glassman Fine Art Jewelry
Phone: 970-464-4843

Link: Julie Glassman Website
As a girl there were few things I loved more than running my fingers through vintage necklaces passed down from my loving grandmothers. Things that shimmered and sparkled always caught my eye. As I grew, I began disassembling them and making my own creations. When I was fourteen, I took my first metal smithing class, and with one ignition of a blowtorch I had found my path in life. After high school, I attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan and graduated with a degree in jewelry and gems. After college, I mastered the technique of cloisonné enamel and developed my signature medium of miniature paintings created from layers of high fired glass framed in precious metal settings. One of my first creations was an evil eye pendant. Twenty-five years later, my evil eyes remain one of my most popular (and imitated) lines, recognized nationally and internationally, along with my other designs.
Mark Saro
Mark Saro
2335 Cypress Court
Grand Junction, CO 81506
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Phone: 970-245-3075

 
Mary A. Shipley
Life's Rainbow
Life's Rainbow
2981 Hayden
Grand Junction, CO 81504
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Phone: 970-434-4804
Fax: 970-261-4411

 
Maya Nichols
Maya Nichols
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Phone: 617-359-3594
Fax: 617-359-3594

As a multi-media artist, there are times the media or material inspire my ideas. Also inspired by nature, it is life cycles such as birth, death, and transition that I find most fascinating. A caterpillar’'s metamorphosis into a butterfly or fertilized egg’'s growth into a complex animal are just two manifestations of life cycles that stimulate my work. Clay is one of my favorite materials to work with because with it I’m able to physically represent my ideas, in addition to being fun and calming to work with. My favorite tool is a metal scraper with teeth. This tool becomes an extension of my hand that I can use to smooth, shape, cut, scrape, roughen, score, and burnish the clay. Many patterns emerge in my work. Most recently, the theme has been life and light within a subject. I really enjoy working with light, whether contained in or glowing from a piece. I use light as a visual element in some pieces, while intending it to be symbolic of life or energy in other pieces.
Melissa Wesnidge Carlson
Melissa Wesnidge Carlson
385 Hill View Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81507
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Phone: 970-623-4448

Link: Melissa Wesnidge Carlson Website
Melissa Wesnidge Carlson is a contemporary artist living in Grand Junction, Colorado with a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Colorado Mesa University. Melissa is an avid traveler and often references photos she's taken along the way for her work, whether it's for a portrait or landscape. She primarily works with oil and acrylic mediums as well as creates copper jewelry for her business The Copper Canvas.
Starzoe Design
Sandra Lee
315 Ouray Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501
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Phone: 970-201-1025

Link: Starzoe Design Website
Sandra began designing and creating award-winning jewelry as a teenager. Her creative journey has been guided by the art of primal peoples and the art and architecture of Nature. A life-long love of the art of jewelry blends with scientific curiosity into an 'alchemy of adornment' While the ancients sought to use the alchemic arts and sciences to turn lead into gold, Sandra turns simple components into complex wearable treasures.
Susan's Journeys
Sue Love
Susan's Journeys
661 Longhorn Street
Grand Junction, CO 81505
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Phone: 970-243-3063
Fax: 970-201-0864

 
Tish Collins
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582 Rosa Street
Palisade, CO 81526
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Phone: 970-985-1472

Link: Tish Collins Website
 
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