by Doug Krentzlin
Jewelry designer Michael David Sturlin has presented workshops at many venues as a visiting guest artist and has been a conference presenter for MJSA, JCK, AGTA, CLASP and MCWC. He has also been a featured artist in Masters: Gold (Ray Hemachandra and Marthe Le Van, Lark Books, 2009) and Good Bones: The Elements and Principles of Design for Jewelry Makers (Sharon Elaine Thompson, Brynmorgen Press, 2010).
Michael began making jewelry around 1970. “I started out as a self taught goldsmith until 1986, when I went to the Revere Academy in San Francisco for formal goldsmithing instruction,” . . . → Read More: Michael David Sturlin – Interview