Can the metal and jewelry field overcome its division and send out a much-needed signal?We appreciate and respect our historical past and acknowledge that current materials have a rightful place in jewelry/object making! Arriving at this message is the goal of this exhibition cooperatively arranged by Rachel Timmins and Brigitte Martin.Please join this group to stay informed !! This is the official exhibition blog.See More
This cuff is inspired by my internship with Miss G Designs. While she uses her rad crafting skills to create headdress masterpieces, I'm using this new trade to create large and in charge gauntlets. Made of buckram, fabric, foam and trim.
Hey Casey! I joined crafthaus but realize it's just another thing I have to monitor and post on-- I gave up on Twitter and can barely manage to remember to post on FB or Pinterest. too many time-sucks!
How was CraftBoston? My friend Richard says it turned out really well even after the marathon disaster and lock-down. That's good news.
How did the Best of Northwest Spring show work out for you?
I've was just accepted for the 2011 FAll show in November and wondering about the new location at Pier 91 at Seattle Wa... Are you going to doing the Fall show too? and if you know anything about being located on the upper or lower floor? This will be my first show in Seattle would love to get some information about this show. Thanks. Chi
I am seeking some really great, positive artists whose art is informed by an "invisible" challenge. Are you an artist doing work conceptually inspired by epilepsy? Depression? Bipolar? Deafness? or? Do you know an artist who you might recommend?The idea for this exhibition happened when my deafness -- the most challenging of my medical issues and something I pretended didn’t exist for most of my life -- began insinuating itself into my creative fiber art practice. I saw it in art works I kept…See More
Imagine a large table laid with creations by internationally renowned jewelry artists. Imagine you’ve never seen anything like this before, you’ve been asked to choose a piece of jewelry that suits you, and you’ll be professionally photographed afterwards.This scenario occurred repeatedly during the “Who Wears my Art?” photo…See More