Emily Pellini

Emily Pellini was raised in Kennett Square, PA. Emily's work is a combination of narrative and symbolism with personal iconography used throughout. She has received her B.F.A. in Fine Art Metals and Jewelry from Millersville University, studying under Becky McDonah, and recently completed her stay as a Millersville Emerging Artist in Residence. She is currently studying under Jessica Calderwood at Ball State University to complete her M.F.A. in Metals.


She was recently awarded  Juror's Awards in the 38th and 41st Annual Contemporary Craft in Mesa, AZ. Her belt buckles, "Easy, Breezy, Beautiful: Nervous Girl",  "All Men Are Cremated Equal", and "Swarming" have received Honorable Mention in the 2020, 2019, and 2016 World Champion Belt Buckle Competitions. Publications include "New Brooches", which features three brooches from the "Swarming: Brooch Series." Other publications include "SNAG: JAMS", a contemporary jewelry survey and publication and "The Art of Fine Enameling" by Karen L. Cohen. 

View Emily's work at www.emilypelinni.com

Upcoming Classes

Glitter on Glass: Luster Techniques for Enamels Virtual Course January 15-16, 2022
China Painting on Enamel: Linework and Illustration Virtual Course February 12-13, 2022