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The Jennifer MacIsaac Exhibit

About Her Exhibit…

I have always wanted to learn how to make jewelry, metalsmithing to be exact. During quarantine I began to explore YouTube videos on the subject. I have been having a blast learning, and there is still so much I want to discover about this medium!

I have been incorporating healing stones in much of my work because I am a big believer in self care and self compassion. I feel like wearing stones that remind you of your personal intentions helps to keep them always in your thoughts, and where you place your thoughts is what you call into your life.

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