October 19-21, 2018 - Daily 10am - 6pm - Baraboo, Spring Green, Dodgeville, Mineral Point

Why do I make jewelry? Because it's fun to make things that people love to wear and I am good at it. I started making jewelry in 1968 at Indiana University. Since then, 16,000 pieces and 700 art shows later, I've made a lot of people happy. Being formally trained, I work mostly in 14k gold in several colors, often with stones. I do platinum on commission. I work in three methods: casting made from original patterns, forged metal shaped by hammer over anvils and stakes and lastly, assembled jewelry from sheet, rod and wire. I am now doing some work in silver.

I am married to Char terBeest Kudla, love to cook, eat well and garden. I have done ALL of the Fall Art Tours. We are hosting Basketmaker Kristee Weber-Mickler and Sharon Fujimoto.

Sharon Fujimoto

Visiting Artist:

Sharon Fujimoto

Glass (Blown)

All work is hand blown glass using various colored glass incorporated at various stages of the process. My work consists of vases, stoppered bottles, plates and glasses.

(715) 824-3994


Frank Kudla Location
Frank Kudla
700 Second Street
Baraboo, WI 53913
(608) 356-9048