Ann Cahoon

Ann considers herself extremely fortunate to have a diverse educational background. She received her BFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry and Ceramics from the Maine College of Art in 1998, and later continued her training at Bostonís North Bennett Street School, completing their Jewelry Making and Repair program in 2002. She is proud to be both an artist and designer, as well as a tradesman and technician.

Ann is currently a self-employed designer and jeweler creating custom and limited production work.   Contact her at ann@flyingmarquis.com.



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