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damuse seeks east coast artist

Wanted: Working Artist

I would like to write in depth about a working artist’s life. To facilitate this, I would like to apprentice to an established or emerging contemporary fine craft artist on the East Coast for 8-10 weeks this summer.

I can help you move your work forward by bringing to you my tremendous enthusiasm, a great work ethic, a good eye, able hands and a deep abiding love of fine craft.

Have laptop, will travel. Let’s explore the possibilities!

Interested?  You can reach me here: dailyartmuse@yahoo.com

I look forward to hearing from you and will consider all serious requests.

Know someone who might be interested in this opportunity?  Please pass along a link to this post.  Have a blog or Facebook profile/page?  Please post about this and help daMuse spread the word!

Pictured above at work in their studios are jewelry artist Esty Grossman, self taught artist Jeremy Mayer, fiber artist Jan Hopkins and jewelry artist Deb Karash in her studio on the river (bonus picture is a recent work in progress shot).

Websites of artists pictured in this post:

Esty Grossman
Jeremy Mayer
Jan Hopkins
Deb Karash

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5 Responses to damuse seeks east coast artist

  1. Hi Susan, did you see the new http://www.ApprenticeMentor.com website Celie Fago and Jen Kahn set up precisely to bring people together to this end? Very cool and a neat initiative. It was just launched May 22nd, 2010. They themselves have been working for years together, Jen as an apprentice to Celie, I’m sure you know. Check it out, you may find it useful.

  2. Hi! I would love the opportunity to have an apprenctice and share my 20+ years experience as a woman making a living selling original art. However, I live in Kansas.
    Let me know when you want to visit the Great Plains!

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