A West Coast native with family roots in Hawaii, Adia Mei Jun Bobo has been working as a jewelry metalsmith since 2010. After graduating from the Art Institute with a Culinary Arts degree Adia somehow found herself working as a Territory Manager in the construction industry. She discovered jewelry design & metalsmithing while searching for a return to her creative roots. She began taking classes at Pratt in 2009 and started her jewelry line, Rain City Forge the following year. After leaving the corporate grind in 2011, Adia spent a lot of time in the Pratt studio and served as a Studio Monitor from 2012-2014. You can find her work through select gallery partners and art shows across the nation.
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