Inside the Artist's Studio: Rubinski Works

Inside the Artist's Studio: Rubinski Works

Learn how Minnesota-based jewelry artist Madison Holler has evolved her practice through the pandemic.

Published on Monday, June 29, 2020.
Madison Holler of Rubinski Works at work

We take you inside the studio of one of our show artists each week so you can get to know these inspiring makers and learn how they're staying resilient during the pandemic.

This week, Madison Holler, the Minnesota-based jewelry artist behind Rubinski Works, shares about the inspiration for her beadwork, adapting her business in light of COVID-19, and her current collaborative project. @rubinskiworks

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