MARJORIE SIMON - JEWELER WRITER EDUCATOR
Marjorie Simon is a studio jeweler and object-maker who also writes and teaches jewelry making and enameling.
For over twenty years she has written about jewelry and jewelers, craft criticism, book reviews, and catalogue essays for solo and group exhibitions. Trained as a sociologist, she looks for the context in which fine craft artists and their work exist. She has written more than 60 articles for Metalsmith magazine.
Click on WRITING to see examples of Marjorie’s writings.
In her studio practice she makes one-of-a-kind and edition jewelry from precious and non-precious metals, including vitreous enamel on copper and steel. In 2014 she embarked on an installation project dealing with human shelter, housing, and warehousing, with roots in World War II.
Click on NEWS for details on this ongoing body of work.