Adrienne M. Grafton earned a MFA in Metal Design from East Carolina University in 2005. Her recent work, inspired by emotions and personal metaphors, is fabricated jewelry and sculpture made of wood, steel, silver, gold, and copper and adorned with gemstones, pearls, enamel and found objects. She has shown her work throughout the U.S. and taught metals workshops at Miami University of Ohio, the Society for Contemporary Craft, Pullen Art Center in Raleigh and College of the Albemarle in Manteo, NC. Her work has been published in The Art of Enameling, 1000 Rings, 500 Necklaces, 500 Earrings, 500 Chairs and Art Jewelry Today 3. She is currently living and working in Sharon, PA.