Biography

Tammy Young Eun Kim is a studio/ bench jeweler, visual artist and an educator in the greater Los Angeles area. She received a MFA from San Diego State University and a BFA from California State University, Long Beach. Currently, she teaches at LBCC and works as a bench jeweler in Hollywood, CA.

Tammy's work is recognized nationally and internationally and has been exhibited and published. Her exhibitions include, Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition, Netherlands; Talente 2014, Internationale Handwerksmesse, Munich, Germany; La Fontera, Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City which traveled within U.S. courtesy of Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Her publications include 500 Art Necklaces by Lark Books; Behind the Brooch: A Closer Look at Backs, Catches, and Pin Stems by Lorena Argulo; on the cover of 2013 Society of North American Goldsmiths Confluence Juried Student Exhibition catalog.

Tammy's work is recognized nationally and internationally and has been exhibited and published. Her exhibitions include, Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition, Netherlands; Talente 2014, Internationale Handwerksmesse, Munich, Germany; La Fontera, Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City which traveled within U.S. courtesy of Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Her publications include 500 Art Necklaces by Lark Books; Behind the Brooch: A Closer Look at Backs, Catches, and Pin Stems by Lorena Argulo; on the cover of 2013 Society of North American Goldsmiths Confluence Juried Student Exhibition catalog.

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