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Jeff Fulkerson

Jeff Fulkerson is an award-winning silversmith and jewelry artist who has been creating stunning, imaginative pieces for over thirty years. His work is regularly and prominently featured in publications such as Lapidary Journal's Jewelry Artist Magazine-where he also serves as a contributing artist, Art Jewelry Magazine, Rock and Gem and Step by Step Wire. This award winning silversmith with a background in construction and design is the recipient of a Gemmy Award, the Coordinator's Cup (San Diego County Fair - 2005 and 2009) and the Courtney McGowan Design Award to name a few. Fulkerson has studied with many of the great Native American artists of our time, including Richard Tsosie (Navajo), Jesse Monogya (Hopi/Navajo), and Michael Cheatham (Cherokee). In addition to his jewelry creations, Jeff is a sought-after instructor and the creator of the Steady Stamp and the Bead Bandit, as well as authoring a series of instructional videos and ebooks teaching the craft of stone and metalwork.
Learn more about Jeff in this article at Interweave Press.