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Published jewelry artist and certified PMC artisan, Linda Kaye-Moses has exhibited nationally in galleries and at juried craft shows, including the Smithsonian Craft Show, ACC Craft Fairs and The Paradise City Arts Festivals. She has been teaching metal clay since 1996 and was the Curator of Millennial Metal; The Art of Precious Metal Clay (2001), Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT; and Re-Collected/Re-Invented; the Narrative Craft Object (2005, Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT. She was a final cut juror for the international jewelry competition, The Saul Bell Design Awards (2010).
Kaye-Moses is the author of two books: Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads, a workshop-style book containing fifteen (15) original projects for making fine or pure silver beads from metal clay and a wealth of information on the use of metal clay; and Roots Stems and Branches; a Recollection, an illuminated and illustrated book featuring musings, personal photographs and retrospective images of her jewels.