Gail has made jewelry for weddings, proms, anniversaries, and other momentous occasions.
She has worked with and learned many techniques from some amazing enamel artists, who have shared their own personal techniques and allowed her to perfect her enamel work.
Gail has worked in the arts for several years. She received her PMC certification through Rio Grande in 2013 and loves working with PMC. She has also worked in metals, expanding her knowledge throughout her jewelry making career. She is currently taking classes for jewelry art design and will be receiving 6 certifications from Jewelry Arts Design International very soon.
She enjoys lapidary (cutting stones) and has been a part of the Lapidary Guild for years. Gail also enjoys lost wax casting, lampworking (forming beads with a torch using glass rods), painting, drawing, and jewelry design.
Her recent endeavors are designing and starting her own line of jewelry, including enameling, lost wax casting, lamp work, lapidary work, and silver- and goldsmithing.