ArtZcat Creations is a business started by Catherine, aka "Cat", who loves making jewelry and spending time with her mother, Julie. Together, after taking classes in glass fusing, they knew they found their new love, making fused Dichroic glass jewelry. More classes and training led to interests in Fine Silver work and other metals such as bronze and copper with focus on the metal clays which could be fired in their kilns. As their technical skills grew so did their clientele and students. Through ArtZcat Creations handcrafted jewelry sales and metal clay instruction via Skype Cat and Julie found they could share their love of both their beautiful pieces of jewelry and the processes they use to produce them. With an emphasis on quality, one of a kind design, durable products made to last and instructions options that are both flexible and affordable, ArtZcat Creations customers learned their purchases make excellent keepsakes that can be passed on from generation to generation.
Always do right by the materials and the client
Quality matters; make something that will last!
Offer value, whether it is in your product or in your classes
ArtZcat Creations jewelry and metal clay instruction via Skype and handcrafted jewelry
Artzcat Creations Jewelry And Metal Clay instruction Via Skype And Handcrafted Jewelry
It is never too late to learn something new
"if you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it."
-- Margaret Fuller
This is Julie who is Cat's Mom. She also likes designing jewelry but has a special interest in metal clay and instruction. As Cat got older and entered college, Julie took on a larger role in the business. Julie handles most things now days but Cat still likes to putter around in the studios.
attention to detail is evident in each piece of heirloom jewelry we create.
This is Cat who is the "CAT" in ArtZcat Creations. She has been making and selling jewelry since she was 9 years old. After taking a class in fused Dichroic glass, Cat started the company as the Career Module for her Girl Scout Gold Award. She was only 15 years old at the time.