Saturday, May 1, 2010


Thea Clark, Pollen - brooch silver, felt, peridot

Thea Clark, Garden View- necklace silver, copper, 18k, lodolite quartz, adventurine, acrylic


The Newark Museum will host the 2010 New Jersey Craft Arts Annual, curated by the museum's Senior Curator Ulysses Dietz and the curator of the Renwick Gallery, Nicholas R. Bell. This year quite a few members of the New Jersey Metal Arts Guild will be included. I wonder if this is a record number of jewelry entries for the Annual?
The exhibition "Make Me Something Beautiful" will be open to the public from June 16- August 9, 2010.
I will have two pieces in the show, Garden View Necklace and Pollen Brooch. The latter will also be in the exhibition http://www.textilemuseum.org/exhibitions/upcoming/GREEN.htm, Washington D.C. as part of the looped slide show. This exhibit is from April- September 2011.

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Comment by Stevie B. on May 7, 2010 at 10:17pm
Congrats Thea!

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