Tippecanoe Arts Federation

Tippecanoe Arts Federation


Tell me about the Tippecanoe Arts Federation.

TAF covers 14 counties in Indiana, focusing on providing arts access to underserved populations. It serves the largest geographic area in Indiana covering about 550,000 people. 

How is the “underserved” defined?

People isolated by geography or struggling on a socio-economic level.

What is the greatest challenge the rural areas present that isn’t as significant in more urban places?

Leadership in some rural areas have not acknowledged the value of the arts in the development aspects of communities. Often times, they don’t consider public art a need.  It just takes one brave building owner to say yes to a mural.  The impact can be immediate – even while a mural is being painted, the foot traffic and community engagement increases. 

TAF CEO Tetia Lee

Are rural youth organizations like 4H an inroad for exposing people to the arts?

Yes, young people are exposed at an early age via 4H.  That opportunity and the growth of technology centers are helping create connection points. 

What’s the one thing you’d like people to take away from this profile?

TAF’s pillars are diversity, equity and inclusion.  Working with all people and utilizing our platform to promote equal access for all. 

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I was a Dragon in a former life…

I was a Dragon in a former life…

-Travis Kerschner

I like shiny things, but that’s not a problem because I’m a jeweler and, as such, I make shiny things.

Sometimes they include precious or semi-precious gems.

That means I’m constantly searching for them; each a one-of-a-kind combination of color, cut, and clarity.

Then the trouble starts…

Fancy cut? Yes, please.

Have inclusions that make the stone look like shattered glass? Perfect.

Interesting color? Where do I sign up?

Once I find the right stones, I’ll buy them, holding them, staring into them, putting them away somewhere safe.

The stone I just bought is crying out to be set, and shown, and appreciated.

But…… If I do that someone will probably buy it (I mean that’s the whole point of being a professional jeweler right? To sell something at least every now and then.) Once that piece goes to its new forever home – it’s no longer mine and rightfully so.

My customers want those same unique stones and pieces of art too, without them none of what I do would be possible. That’s my motivation to keep searching, buying, building and selling. When a customer comes to my shop and says “I’ve never seen anything like this before” that’s when I know I’ve really done something special.

I often think, if I sell some pieces, I can buy more gems and maybe find one that’s more unique and prettier than the last one. – The ongoing hunt is real. That’s why I think I used to be a Dragon and my studio is the Dragon’s horde, full of shiny things that I love and can only sometimes barely mange to get out for sale.

I tell myself, a huge upside to having a horde is being able to fulfill custom requests. Customers want something like XYZ, but in blue or green, maybe with an opal? I can dive into my horde and show them something that was being saved – just for them and that moment in time when everything was perfect. Sometimes it doesn’t work, (that clearly means that I just need more and shinier things right?) but a lot of times I have the exact right thing.

For now, I’ll embrace having been a Dragon and accept the fact that there is probably nothing to be done about my little gem “problem”. It’s fun to make shiny things, even though it may be slightly more fun to keep them all for myself.

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The life of a custom order

The life of a custom order

  • Travis Kerschner

My wife and business partner Trina, calls me the “King of Custom Orders”. Many of my creations are rings and I absolutely refuse to buy into the idea that a jeweler only needs to have rings in 3 or 4 sizes. Often my rings are displayed in sizes 4-13. In most cases customers love a specific design but just need it in a different size. Great, I’ll make them one just for them. 

In the case of selecting stones, I’ll work with them to find a new unique one for their piece. Almost every event has one or more custom orders for an existing design in a different size and/or with a different stone.

Sometimes I get the opportunity to build something completely from scratch. Then the real fun starts…

These orders always start the same way, a conversation with a customer. Sometimes more than one conversation. The very first question.. “What are we building?” A ring, pendant, earrings? Something different? By the end of the conversation, I have a sketch of the piece, with some notes about size, materials, stones, pricing and deposit along with the customers info and time frame.

The sketches are quick and rough. This piece was worked in Sterling Silver designed to use the customer’s loose opals. We looked at an existing pendant to discuss texturing.

The sketch stays in our order book permanently and becomes a place to keep notes. Before the customer walked away from the store, we had a written agreement and sketch showing what was going to be built that everyone agreed to.

Working from the sketch, I’ll sometimes make a digital outline. In this case, there was some question about the final size and shape. I made 8 different versions with various sizes and shapes. I placed the stones, roughly in position on the layout that looked the best and sent the image to my customer.

My client liked the initial take on size and placement. From there I began cutting, shaping and texturing metal. With the setting built, pre-polished, and ready to set the stones, another photo was sent to make sure that we were all still on the same page.

The top of the kite shape wraps around the bail. The last steps are to cut down the bezels and set the stones. These were customer supplied and opal is fragile… fingers crossed

Success!! The stones set perfectly. Another quick photo to show the stones and get final approval.

If there is any balance due, we send invoices and get the finished piece shipped.

I often ask the customer to let us know when they get the package, safe and sound. This client said, “The pendant is even more beautiful than the picture. Thank you for your lovely work and for a very nice purchasing experience.”

Custom orders are the most interesting and fun orders to work on. They push my skills and creativity in directions that I would never go on my own. I love getting to offer a creative solution to a customer.

Some of the projects that I have worked on – A lady was traveling to another country in 3 days and was going to teach English. She had a tattoo on one of her fingers and that could be a cultural issue. I was able to make an oversized ring for that finger to act as a cover up in short order. The ring was on her finger when she left.

I’ve been asked to create replacement or substitute wedding rings. Sometimes when people are traveling, they want to wear wedding jewelry but leave the expensive diamonds at home. No problem a Sterling Silver band with a nice CZ works great. If it gets lost or (hopefully not) stolen it’s not that big a deal.

Please keep bringing me your custom ideas and orders. If nothing else we can have a nice conversation about what might be.

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Ruttle Design Group Rockstars

Ruttle Design Group Rockstars

How lucky are we that the rockstars at Ruttle Design Group created a new logo for The Grayist? Amy Kletz, Melissa Dillon and Trina Olsen made the process of defining the brand’s essence so easy!

They gave us four options to chose from and provided accent color options and font recommendations for the one we selected.

The large “G” in the background represents the circular nature of THEGRAYIST.com commitment to non-profits and the opening with the straight line is symbolically welcoming you in.

Even though we knew, they did great work for their clients, the interactions and end result exceeded our expectations. Couldn’t be happier!

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Artist Profile: Liz Hoskinson

Artist Profile: Liz Hoskinson

Non-Profit: Surfers Against Sewage

Instagram: @coastalsilversmith

How did you get started in jewelry making?

As a ceramicist, I was always looking at shapes and forms in 3 dimensions.  A friend invited me along to a silver casting class and I started casting on my kitchen table with a DIY shop blow torch, delft clay and some pyritised ammonite fossils found on the beach.  From there, on to YouTube videos and Lucy Walker Jewelry Metalsmith Academy.

If you had to pick a favorite item you’ve made?

It’s the next piece! Once I’ve created something, I’m already looking ahead to the next project. The challenge of figuring out how to make an idea come to life is what is what keeps me coming back to the bench. I must admit to a weakness for rings and struggle to let them go!

What’s the best thing about making jewelry?

Opening the mold after a casting and seeing the result.  Sometimes it’s great and sometimes it results in recasting but it’s always the best part: like the anticipation of a prize.

What is the most challenging part of jewelry making?

Photographing the finished pieces for social media. It is really hard to do justice to some of the stones and textures.

Liz H Giveaway ammonite web

What is your design process and how would you describe your signature style?

I don’t sketch things out in advance but work directly in 3d. I do keep a sketchbook of pieces I’m working on, as well as a photographic record as a diary of materials, dimensions, what worked better, etc. and find this really helpful.  My signature style is hard to define as it’s constantly evolving.  Combining elements from ceramics and photography, incorporating nature and coastal elements is a recurring theme.  I like statement pieces. If I am setting a stone, I tend to keep the setting to a minimal to highlight the stone.  If it’s a cast piece, then the texture is the star.

Tell me about your non-profit.

Surfers Against Sewage is non-profit that started out by providing information about pollution conditions at beaches.  Living near the beach, it’s a big part of my relaxation and down time. 

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JA NY

JA NY

The Summer JA NY event was this weekend. The show seems to be getting smaller each time.

It’s worth going even if you’re just beginning your jewelry journey.

On Instagram, many of my followers are gem sellers. Their photos and videos are carefully lit and the stones are often oiled.

At the JA NY show I can see stones in person, examine them under the harsh fluorescent lights of the Javits Center and walk away with the winners.

Admission is free if you are part of the trade.

The next one is October 24-26.

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Photographing Shiny Things: Motion

Photographing Shiny Things: Motion

The spinner ring photo above was taken before I had a photobox. It’s inside a small ramekin. A video is the best way to showcase movement in an item. To keep things lightweight, we’re keeping them on our YouTube channel and linking to it.

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Photographing shiny things: Dimension

Photographing shiny things: Dimension

The image above shows the pendant as flat, losing the dimensional aspect of the claws and body swirl.

The video below shows the pendant from multiple angles. Visit our YouTube channel for more videos.

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Photographing Shiny Things: Backgrounds

Photographing Shiny Things: Backgrounds

The image above shows a white background in a white photobox and the contrast it creates with the red brass scorpion. The pendant is lit from above and from below.

The image below shows the same item on a gray background in the same white photobox and lighting. The focus isn’t quite as sharp in this one but the color contrast difference is illustrated.

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Photographing Shiny Things: Scale

Photographing Shiny Things: Scale

When presenting your work, it helps prospective buyers to have some size reference. The image above is an abstract scorpion pendant.

The image below includes a hand for relative scale.

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