049: The Unruly Art of Linda Kaye-Moses

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! ¬†Our guest today is Linda Kaye-Moses.

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Linda Kaye-Moses has been a full-time professional studio jeweler since 1978 and has exhibited nationally in galleries and at juried craft shows, including the Smithsonian Craft Show, American Craft Council Craft Fairs, and The Paradise City Arts Festivals.

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She has been been teaching nationally and internationally since 1996, and from 1994-2001 she was the Jewelry/Metals Department Head at Interlaken School of Art (Stockbridge, MA).

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Kaye-Moses was the Curator for All That Glitters, (1984, Berkshire Artisans (Pittsfield, MA), Millennial Metal; The Art of Precious Metal Clay (2001, Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT; and Re-Collected/Re-Invented; the Narrative Craft Object (2005, Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT.

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She was a final cut juror for the international jewelry competition, The Saul Bell Design Awards (2010).

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Her work has been published most recently in: In the Picture; Framing the Visual Arts (Oxford University Press, Australia, 1996); Art Jewelry Today, Art Jewelry 2 , 3, and 4 (Schiffer Pub., 2003, 2008, 2011); Discovery; Fifty Years of Craft Experience at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (Univ. of Maine Press); Fabulous Jewelry from Found Objects (Lark Books, 2005); Making Metal Beads (Lark Publishing, 2006); Metal Clay Fusion (Lark Books, 2012); and featured in the following periodicals: Craft Art International; Art Jewelry; Lapidary Journal; American Style; Metal Clay Artist; Cloth Paper and Scissors; and Niche Magazine.

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Kaye-Moses is the author of Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads (Creative Publishing International, 2009), a workshop-style book.

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She is also the author of Roots, Stems, and Branches; a Recollection, (2011) an illuminated and illustrated book featuring autobiographical musings, personal photographs and retrospective images of her jewels.

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A Bachelor of Arts degree recipient from The University of Vermont, she has received two Massachusetts Arts Lottery Council Grants, three Massachusetts Cultural Council Professional Development Grants, a Niche Award and has twice been Saul Bell Design Award Finalist (2005, 2014).

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Find Linda online at The Unruly Art of Linda Kaye-Moses.

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Comments

  1. Susan Holloway says

    That is why I’m glad I never took college art classes. I think creativity should not be graded. If I don’t measure up I would have never continued in my crafts and creating. I remember watching “Aleene’s Creative Living” and not only Aleene, but her guests as well stressed that when it comes to creativity there is no right or wrong way and if you make a “mistake” you can work around it. And sometimes you might be pleasantly surprised. I have also learned that when I get too critical of myself, I get up leave it for a day or so and when I come back I realize it’s not that bad. I believe in taking classes to learn techniques and then making it your own. Thanks for the inspiration I get from you Julie.

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