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  • On the day of the tour,
    Cory will be at her studio on Metcalf Street. You can visit Bank of the Arts to see her work at any other time.

Real sea glass jewelry. Unaltered.

Sea glass is such a mystery.  What was it before?  How did it end up in the water?  It is this mystery that has led Cory on sea glass hunts on the West and East Coasts of the US and to England.

Largely self taught, Cory learned to make jewelry with natural sea glass.  The 3 step process is as follows.

First the sea glass is found – doubtless on a lovely beach.  Only jewelry grade pieces are collected – meaning that they are fully frosted and can be used as found.  Then it is either drilled or wrapped.  And last, these treasures are used in earrings, bracelets, or necklaces.

There are pieces of Cory’s work at the Bank of the Arts Gallery.

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