Jan Maddox


About the JRA


Getting There



In the 50s there were few places to explore jewelry as an art form.  Jan Maddox's first jewelry class was at university, but after a graduate degree in painting and ceramics, she found that jewelry offered more options and fun as an emerging medium. Retired as a professor at Montgomery College in crafts, jewelry, design, and art appreciation, she finds it still challenging to explore traditional aspects of craft. She continues to produce hand-made, one-of-a-kind objects that she hopes will delight our eyes and enrich our lives.

Click here for her site.  Follow her on Facebook.

Photos by David Terao