Thanks for the link, Kathy always does such lovely work!
Money and jewelry have a very long history- though coins are more often used than paper money. If you enjoy currency art, you may wish to check out these other artists- though Justine Smith (one of my favorites) isn't listed in this particular show. Money Changes EverythingI especially like Barton Benes who was known as the "Money Artist" back in the 80's for using shredded and hand cut currency.
In September of this year the touring Bodywork exhibition, or to give it its proper title, Bodywork: Australian Jewellery 1972-2012 had its first opening in New South Wales, Australia.This is an exhibition of jewellery works that the National Gallery of Australia has acquired over the last forty two years, from Australian and Australia-based artists. The show is taking some forty pieces of jewellery, in specially manufactured museum cases, to ten regional galleries around Australia over the…See More
Refined VIII: Maker's ChoiceREFINED is a biennial exhibition of jewelry and metalwork hosted by the Art Metals program in the School of Art at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) since 1998. The exhibition is held in the 1332 square-foot Reavley Gallery of the Cole Art Center, 329 E. Main Street in historic downtown Nacogdoches,…See More
"Christoper, I've done a number of small, hollow silver objects which you can see in my gallery. The pendant "Supercollider" is made of a hollow-cast central section; my "Mace" pendant is a hollow-cast sphere and my most…"
"Yes, it’s that time of year again – the UK Watch and Jewellery Awards 2014 are open for entries. You’ll notice that we’ve had a slight name change, which we’ve done to reflect the growing presence of watch brands at…"