Tuqa Asedi, M1, Class of 2025
|The best part about running my little Etsy shop is taking pictures of the jewelry pieces and getting creative with it.
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Edith Sigler, M1, Class of 2025
|Quilling is a form of paper art that traditionally uses only paper strips and glue. I learned about it when I was very young at a festival in Ohio, but I never thought of it as something I could do. Several years ago, I was given a quilling kit for Christmas. It wasn’t until a very long Christmas break due to the pandemic last year that I started to learn how to do quilling. I loved it, and after learning some basic designs from a book, I started to try to make 3D objects based on pictures or real objects. The first thing I made without a pattern was a miniature mountain dulcimer for my grandma’s birthday. As a musician, I was careful to try to get the correct relative spacing of the frets. Now I love to make various quilling projects when I have time and give them to friends and family, especially those who I didn’t see much in the last year.
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Cierra Kahrs, M1, Class of 2025
I created this piece in fall 2020, during my last semester as an undergraduate student. I wanted to tie my interests of geriatrics and dementia with my passion for ceramics.
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