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A lifelong passion for Fine Arts and Fine Crafts brought Christina to William Holland, first as a student and for the past few years as an instructor. Producing a variety of crafts, such as pottery, knitting and sewing, leather and batik, enameling, and her favorite cloisonn. For some years now, she...More

Steve Adams

Steve is a retired Air Force officer and former systems analyst. He began cabbing in 2005. He is also a rookie opal cutter. Steve learned cabbing so his wife Gloria could use his cabochons in her wire wrap jewelry. As he learned, his passion developed, and he discovered it was both relaxing and fun....More

Sara Adams

Sara has been making and seeing her creations since age fourteen. After a career in nursing and raising four children, she returned to her love of art. In 1980, she studied and taught painting and other crafts, opening an art studio in St. Augustine, FL in 1990. Eventually, her love of jewelry led h...More

Sandra Bergquist and Barbara Green


Larry Carby and Jerry Mason


Marsha Harmon and Stacey Stinton


Lance Andrus

Lance graduated from SUNY Potsdam with a degree in Geology and a masters in teaching Secondary Earth Science. He has been teaching eighth grade science in Fayetteville, NC since 2002. He and his wife Laura discovered the peace, tranquility and sense of family that William Holland offers in 2007. The...More

Sandra Bergquist

Sandra's interest in wire art began with a two hour class in wire wrapping in 2004. When she wanted to go beyond that initial course, she was directed to William Holland. To repay what she has called "The Gift of William Holland", she vowed that, if she ever became good enough, she would teach every...More

David Bergquist

Dave has always had an interest in minerals and fossils. After retirement, he joined the Rock Club in Fort Walton Beach, FL, where he began to develop a variety of lapidary skills. He started taking classes at William Holland and Wild Acres in 2007. Although many lapidary skills were enjoyable, cabo...More

Bill Boggs

Bill began attending William Holland School in 1993 and started teaching classes in 1997. He is experienced in lapidary, wire jewelry, and metalsmithing, but his first love has always been finding and grinding rocks. For Bill, intarsia is a way to show off multiple rocks and minerals by combining th...More
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