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I just returned from a trip up to Providence, RI. My cousin Marsha was participating in the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Annual Holiday Art Festival. I was lucky enough to tag along and experience the festival first hand. It was such a treat because I had never been to Providence and found myself charmed by the small New England city.

The festival hosted some wonderful and interesting vendors. There was a lot of jewelry, ceramics, and glass. Therefore, Marsha’s sculptural, metal work stood out from the crowd.

taking welding to a whole new artistic level

A She-Weld signature bowl

Her bowls are probably her most signature piece, but, in recent years, Marsha has started to branch out into jewelry.

She-Weld Jewelry Collection

I’m probably biased towards her items because she is family. None the less, the festival was awesome and I can’t wait to find a reason to spend more time in Providence.

Marsha is planning on having a studio sale next weekend (Dec. 12th). She works in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn.

She’s been trying to convince me to give welding a try. However, because of my clumsy tendencies, I think it is best if I stay away from the heavy machinery. In the meantime, I’m content to admire her artwork.

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