Kathleen Krucoff

I have a degree in Computer Science, yet art has always been an important part of my life. My work primarily encompasses art jewelry. However, I do enjoy creating art glass pieces in either fused or stained glass. My study of metalwork began with my dear friend and mentor, Lexi Erickson, who has taught college level art jewelry classes and is a frequent contributor to Lapidary Journal. I have also had the good fortune to study under internationally known goldsmith, Harold O’Connor. It doesn’t get any better than that! I am a board member of the Colorado Metalsmithing Association and co-founder of Rocky Mountain Metalsmiths. I have been fortunate to received a number awards at juried shows. My work has been featured in group exhibitions, such as Glass at the Gardens in Denver, Colorado, Palmer Lake Fine Art Show in Palmer Lake, Colorado, The Art Center of Estes Park’s Lines into Shapes 2008 / 2009, and Jewelry at the Gardens (2010 / 2011) at the Denver Botanic Gardens. My work has also been utilized as part of the media artwork for the Front Range Open Studio Tour, Jewelry at the Gardens, Lines into Shapes and Holiday Markets.
It is my belief that the joy I experience when working with metal comes in part from my maternal grandfather who was a Ferrier. I believe some of his skills with metal have been imparted to me and for that I am truly thankful. The art of creating personal adornment is my passion. I am truly honored and humbled every time one of my art jewelry pieces speaks to someone and they become a collector of my work. Being creative is a way of life for me. My work is inspired by the life, the beauty that surrounds us and living life to the fullest!

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