August 4-31, 2016Artist’s Reception: Saturday, August 6, 6-8pm Velvet da Vinci is proud to present Baskets: Increase /Decrease, Brooke Marks-Swanson’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will run from August 4-31, 2016. An opening reception with the artist will take place on Saturday, August 6 from 6-8pm.On her most recent body of work, Marks-Swanson states:Born from the human need to protect…See More
May 11 – June 19, 2016Artist’s Reception: Friday, May 13, 2016, 6-8pmVelvet da Vinci is proud to present Nikki Couppee: Hologems, a solo show of work by the Florida-born artist. Couppee’s recent work investigates the performative social functions of jewelry, utilizing Plexiglass, brass, and found objects in place of precious gems and metals.Inspired by growing up on the beach in Florida the 1990’s, as…See More
Earrings3April 15 – May 8, 2016 Velvet da Vinci's third group exhibition focusing on the ancient form of ear adornment and its current production in the realm of contemporary art jewelry. Featured Artists: Carolina Andersson, Jill Baker Gower, Lynn Batchelder, Kristin Beeler, Jesse Bert, Elisa Bongfeldt, Ashley Buchanan, Raissa Bump, Liz Clark, Kat Cole,…See More
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Every other year, crafthaus awards a micro grant to a craft artist regardless of their location, professional background, or chosen craft field.The grant is unrestricted and intended to provide assistance for an interesting new personal or group…See More
"Harriete, thank you for sharing your journey on this aspect of the field. Display and photography are so vitally important to furthering a professional career in the arts. It would have been easy to have simply laid the bracelets on a stand,…"