Friday, June 19, 2009
Here is a video from the recent Fibers Expanded show at the Luke & Eloy Gallery that I participated in. It's footage of a walk through of the exhibition. My piece, Lace Collar, is a necklace made form vinyl table cloth, pearl, sterling silver, and monofilament. You can view it at 0:49 of the video.
I'm excited to be participating in the upcoming show, The Stimulus Project, at Sienna Gallery. This show is a exhibition of 80 artists producing budget-friendly one of a kind pieces of art jewelry.
This show begins on June 26th, with an opening part on June 27th from 6:00 - 9:00pm. The show will also be available online beginning on July 1st.80
Click on the image to the right to enlarge it.
Established in 1998, Sienna Gallery began representing innovative artists using traditional and non-traditional materials to create handmade jewelry. Now with the addition of a larger space, the gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and promoting exceptional work by artists both emerging and established working in the realm of the object and image both functional and not.
The gallery is located in Lenox, Massachusetts, in the countryside of the Berkshire Hills. The Berkshires, known for their natural beauty and cultural institutions, have been an inspirational home to artists for generations.