Joy Raskin (Concord, New Hampshire) has
a bachelor of fine arts from the Rhode
Island School of Design and a master of
fine arts from the University of
Massachusetts at Dartmouth.
She studied at the Gemological
Institute of America and her jewelry,
sterling flatware and metal crafts have
been featured in exhibitions in the
Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC, and
other prestigious venues. Her
honors include a fellowship from the New
Hampshire State Council on the Arts, a
Christmas ornament for the White House
Collection and a necklace presented to
Nancy Reagan which now is a part of The
Smithsonian Institution Collection.
Raskin teaches jewelry making and silver
smithing at the New Hampshire Institute
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