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Forrest Voedisch: Jewelry designer - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 210516

Forrest Voedisch is a Jewelry designer here in Madison WI, Forrest along with making and designing jewelry also bought a local jewelry-making studio and started what is now known as Metric Forrest Studio. We talk about how this business does its wholesale products and what it was like to buy a company just a few months before the national quarantine.

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Forrest Voedisch Website https://www.metricforreststudio.com

Forrest Voedisch on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/metricforreststudio

Forrest Voedisch on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Metric-Forrest-Studio-101929874561073

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