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Caroline Streep

Caroline Streep has been an award winning artist and designer since she took her Bachelor of Arts degree from the Philadelphia Museum College of Art in 1976. With a specialty in metalsmithing, Caroline produced intriguing late 20th Century Judaica, tableware, and art-to-wear in high karat gold and silver that featured the work of such innovative gem cutters as Bernd Munsteiner and Dieter Lorenz. The Aaron Faber Gallery represented her work from the very beginning.

Thirty-five years of metalsmithing eventually took its toll on her hands and wrists. She moved on to creative bead weaving and produced a new innovative approach to jewelry that uses tiny Japanese glass beads, shape-pressed Czech glass beads, and handmade lampwork beads from as far away as Israel. 

Her work is in numerous important private collections and museums that include the Smithsonian National Museum of American Jewish History; the Houston Museum of Fine Art; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; and the Executive Residence of The White House.

In 2000, Who’s Who International and the American Biographical Institute cited her as one of the most influential women artists of the 20th Century.



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