ALMA EIKERMAN The Questions Remain The Same

Baden, Linda
August 1985
Ornament;Aug85, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p29
The article discusses the jewelry artist and teacher Alma Eikerman. Eikerman has been teaching and making jewelry art for 40 years and there is an exhibit at the Indiana University Art Museum celebrating her work. She works in metal and has taught other famous artists like Richard Bauer and Helen Shirk.


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