School for American Crafts, Metals and Jewelry Design, MFA 1981
Boo Poulin's work is graphic, geometric and precision oriented. She incorporates sterling silver, pearls and steel cable into the context of jewelry. The deliberate use of precious and non-precious materials, combined with industrial technology and standard hand skills extends the traditional parameters of the jewelry object and expresses a personal and contemporary aesthetic.
Boo studied with Albert Paley at SUNY Brockport, and later received her MFA from RIT School for American Crafts. She opened a design and production studio in 1983 and actively maintains it today.