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Fifteen and Fifteen

Purpose

The name, FifteenAndFifteen, comes from my favorite verse, 

John 15:15. It's where Jesus is talking to the disciples and comforts them by telling them “No longer do I call you servants for a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends for all things that I have heard from my master, I have made known to you.” This is one of my favorite verses because it's about relationship it lets me know that I have a true friend in Christ! Through the good and bad times, He is always with me and I am so grateful. 


Even when it is hard to praise Him, He is faithful. To know that Jesus considers me a friend is mind blowing and I won't take it for granted. with my hands gives me a sense of purpose and responsibility and I love the idea of making something out of scraps. All of the effort, love and time put into creating a functional object fulfills me and coming from a background in fine arts gives me a deep appreciation for creativity. I love it and hope to be able to create for the rest of my life.


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The Carpenter's Wife RI​

In 1975 Jerilyn Sinape Spaziano was one of the first women in the history of her high school to take the wood shop class. She had no interest in home economics given that she had been sewing since she was twelve and already had plenty of experience of cooking since her parents owned a local restaurant.1985 Jerilyn married a master carpenter named Anthony David Spaziano. David passed in 1996 leaving Jerilyn with her most important creations, their two beautiful daughters. Jerilyn has continuously developed and refined her skills. Received her master seamstress certificate from URI and attended classes at RISD for jewelry making and metal working. Creates and restores furniture. Whether it’s a whimsical piece made from wine corks or a 18th century door repurposed into a mudroom bench, Jerilyn enjoys the challenge of creating custom pieces in many art forms. She hopes you enjoy your purchase as much as she does creating it.