Eleanor Moty: Romancing The Stone

Simon, Marjorie
March 2012
Metalsmith;2012, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p26
In this article the author offers observations on the life and work of the American jewelry designer Eleanor Moty. Particular focus is given to her long career in which she has become a Fellow of the American Craft Council and a Master Metalsmith at the Metal Museum in Memphis, Tennessee. The influence that growing up on a farm had on her work is also discussed.


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