I’m thrilled to announce a new gallery location. Not only is Signet Jewelry carrying my work for sale, they also commissioned a large diptych for display in their store. First things first, though. Before I proudly show off the wall installation, let me just ask a quick favor. If you’re in the Denver area (vacation, anyone?) please DO stop in and say hello to Carol and Kevin for me. Here’s all the info you’ll need to find them: 300 Fillmore Street Denver, CO 80206 Cherry Creek North Shopping District (720) 484-5195 Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday Closed If you are not in the Denver area, do check out Signet’s website and Instagram. You’ll see why I just SWOON for everything. Back to some detail shots of the installation:
I’m very pleased to announce that my work is now being stocked at Llyn Strong Fine Art Jewelry. Not only does the gallery stock amazing one-of-a-kind custom jewelry designs, it also carries a carefully curated selection of art glass. If you are nearby, stop by the gallery at 119 North Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601. And if not, check out their website. I absolutely can’t look through their website without falling head-over-heels. Here are some of my one-of-a-kind pieces that are only available at Llyn Strong:
I’m happy to announce that my work has been invited to a a show, “Capturing Light,” at the Cabarrus Arts Council. The Cabarrus Arts Council was founded in 1980 in response to the North Carolina Arts Council’s plan to establish a local arts council in every county. Today the arts council runs the Davis Theatre and The Galleries. It also conducts one of North Carolina’s largest art-in-education programs, supports arts organizations and artists through grants and workshops and serves as a catalyst and consultant for public and corporate art. The Cabarrus Arts Council is located in the picturesque 1876 courthouse in downtown Concord, North Carolina. The Light Reliquary The show will include a few of my vessels and several of my wearable art pieces. In addition, I have created a new type of work entitled, “Light Reliquary” specifically for this show. This multi-media piece incorporates mirror, pre-cast glass, metal leaf, cast resin and epoxy. A reliquary is a container for holy relics. As I thought about the show, “Capturing Light,” I could think of nothing more …
Work is now available at HB Home, with three convenient show rooms: two in Connecticut and one in New York. Patricia Healing and Daniel Barsanti founded the Interior Design firm Healing Barsanti back when decorating was decorating. HB Home is a genuflection to today’s big wide world of accessible, design products and ideas. Connecticut Locations: 1 Sconset Square, Westport CT 23 Lewis Street, Greenwich CT New York Location: 1036 Lexington Ave, New York, NY
New work is now available at Ethos Contemporary Gallery! Pictured here is a 12 x 12″ wall piece made from reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated copper foil. It is finished in winter ocean colors in honor of its new home in Newport Beach. Ethos Contemporary 3405 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92663 T (949) 791-8917 Email: info@EthosContemporaryart.com
I’m very happy to announce that two of my production bowls may now be purchased through Uncommon Goods. Have you heard of Uncommon Goods? They carry, well, uncommon items. Clever stuff. They are definitely a go-to site for finding gifts for the person who has everything. I know I’ll be spending much of my holiday budget at this site! Here are the bowls they have chosen for their site:
This exciting biannual event features artist-made work rarely seen on the Artful Home website, including one-of-a-kind pieces, prototypes, experiments, and discontinued lines. I’ve included to experimental pieces in the sale at 50% off! Mark your calendars: the sale will run from July 9 to July 26th.