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Avian themed art from the artists of Crafthaus.
Exhibit: June 23 - July 23, 2009
A pin/brooch exhibition that challenges limiting ideas, such as: " You can't make jewelry out of that. You can't use that material in that way. Nobody would really wear that. You don't make real jewelry..."
Curator: Michelle Pajak-Reynolds
Location: online: July 24-August 24, 2009
See leading furniture artists concepts of what constitutes a table. The fine examples shown cover a broad spectrum of design, style, technique and materials. Curators: Glen and Marie Guarino
Exhibition dates: March 1 - April 14, 2013
Simultaneous exhibition at Velvet da Vinci Gallery, SF and crafthaus (online)!
Treasures from Taiwan shows contemporary metal art and jewelry from 11 Taiwanese contemporary emerging artists. Treasures from Taiwan will be highlighted on Crafthaus as an online exhibition from May 8 to June 7, 2013.
This Crafthaus exhibit features sculptors whose work provides habitat for wild creatures. Inhabitants range from insects to birds to sea life.
We encourage others to create art that benefits both humans and the wild things that share our spaces.
The exhibit runs June 8 - July 8, 2013.
I'm pleased to present the first part of artworks by Italian contemporary jewellery artists.
Enjoy the exhibit!
Curator: Heidemarie Herb
Signature Work Part 2... a distinctive piece representing our body of work that identifies us as artists.
An online exhibition featuring makers based in Scotland, curated by Dauvit Alexander and Jeff Zimmer.
An online exhibition of Silversmiths who currently reside and practice in the UK. The goal is to show the best current contemporary silversmith work from the UK. This exhibition aims to explore if there is a specific British silversmith style that is different from silversmithing styles in other countries.
The works submitted have been made from 2011 onwards.
MA in Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products is the title of our course programme, which the jewellers and designer-makers featured below have experienced. This is however a very limited and traditional description when one considers the wide variety of studio methods, artefacts and products that are within the province of the designer who has knowledge and expertise in the area of personal ornaments, body signification and decorative metal objects.