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Background Information Tommy & Rosemary Crockett

We're Jewelers We Train and Live with The American Mustang

Welcome to these pages. Hopefully you'll find some interesting data and equestrian resources that may keep you busy for a time. Working as a team, We are Rosemary and Tommy Crockett and have been artisans working in jewelry for more than twenty-seven years. I received my undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University prior to venturing into jewelry and sculpture shortly after capping off his studies of the arts and sciences. Rosemary apprenticed under Tucson’s Ruth Francher shortly before joining me as a spouse and an art production teammate. Our work has been viewed and offered for sale at hundreds of art shows all over the United States. Some of these shows include more than 80 Harvest Festivals, The Houston International Juried Art Show, The Dallas 500, Laguna Gloria, Coral Gables, Tampa’s Gaparilla Arts Festival, A.C.C. Arts Festivals, Pecan Street Festival, Bellevue Art Festival, Lakeside, Tempe, Scottsdale, Los Altos, Sausalito (Cal only Labor Day), Laguna Beach Sawdust and dozens of other festivals too numerous to list here. Since relocating to the Eastern Nevada-Sierra foothills almost five years ago, we have taken an active interest in local art endeavors in and around the Carson Valley and Reno vicinity. Lending energy to other members of the Sierra Arts Council they have been recently featured artists in Reno’s Art Town exhibit in Wingfield Park during the summer of 2001. They are also involved with the Mammoth Art Guild and the Inyo Council for the Arts. You will find our work in galleries and museum gift shops, across this nation, from New York to Los Angeles. Most of our free time is spent with our horses. Esperanza and Orejano Del Sol. I've ridden since the age of five and find it the most relaxing pastime that could be imagined. Please feel free to follow the links to any of the equestrian pages found in the table to the left.

Addendum as of August 2004 Regarding the Inyo Council for the Arts

Apparently Lynn Cooper the “Director” of that group in Bishop, California decided that Rosemary and I are not “Local” enough to show at their Milpond Music Festival any longer. As a result of cross words on BOTH our parts Ms. Cooper and I have decided to part ways and we no longer will be devoting our work or talent to her little organization.

Tommy Crockett March 2002 Nevada, USA

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A Graduate and Supporter of Vanderbilt University


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