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Linda goldberg

165 Holmwood Avenue

Joined In Oct 2020

About Me

Linda is formally trained in polymer clay jewellery, wire jewellery and silversmithing. She has participated in numerous shows in the Ottawa region including the Glebe, Fisher Park and Hintonburg Christmas shows the International Woman’s Day and May Court Boutique shows. She was an organizer and exhibitor in two art and fine craft shows for charity. Her designs have been commissioned by stores in New York and by several artists in Canada and the US. She has taught jewellery and bead making workshops. She was a founding member of the Jewish Artists’ Guild and a volunteer in the arts program at the May Court Hospice. Linda creates original colourful and playful jewellery designs using silver, polymer clay and silver wire. Her polymer clay one-of-a-kind beads and jewellery is handmade using various complex techniques like Skinner Blend, Mica-Shift, Mokume Gane and Ikat. Linda has been working in polymer clay since 1990 when she started adding it to her silver pieces. After being formally trained in polymer clay techniques, she now works almost exclusively with it. Precious metal leaf and mica and embossing powders give these handmade beads a unique finish. Many of these wearable art pieces are further embellished with Swarovski crystals, natural gemstones and pearls.


165 Holmwood Avenue


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