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Wendy Edsall-Kerwin is a jewelry artist and metalsmith living and working out of her home in Elizabethtown, PA. She takes sheet metal and wire and by using techniques such as fold forming, forging, and riveting she creates work with varying textures and layers. Interested in exploring the concepts of power and subtlety, she creates pieces that combine these disparate elements into wearable works of art.
Wendy received a BFA from Tyler School of Art in 1998. Currently her work can be found at the James A. Michener Museum Shop in Doylestown, PA. She attends several craft shows a year, as well as participating in local, regional, and national exhibitions. When she isn’t in the studio pounding away at metal, you can usually find her online at her blog http://hammermarks.wordpress.com or on Twitter as @wtek.