Showcase at The Lindsay Gallery

I’m so excited to be able to share with you that my jewelry is currently being showcased at The Lindsay Gallery!

You may wonder why jewelry is being found at an Art Gallery, I know it’s not typical. The Lindsay Gallery showcases local talent on a rotating basis. Each month they exhibit one artist on the walls of the Gallery, and one artisan in their showcase display cases. Lindsay is the area where I grew up and although I don’t call it home anymore I have been staying here for several months while I helped care for my mom. I was lucky enough to have my jewelry noticed at a Christmas Farmers Market where I was a vendor and later contacted with an invitation to showcase my jewelry at the Gallery.

Fine Silver Stacking Rings on display at The Lindsay Gallery

Although I’ve done many craft shows this was a little outside my comfort zone but I was excited for the challenge! I had already begun experimenting with new collections for Spring and this gave me a push to get them perfected and ready to officially debut for the showcase. I’m so excited about these new collections that are completely handmade using fine and sterling silvers and torch fired enamel. Each piece is formed, hammered, fused, tumbled and torched by me making every piece one of a kind.  Currently these new collections are available exclusively in the showcase at The Lindsay Gallery, but soon will be available online through my Etsy Shop. Or if you just can’t wait then please contact me to talk about a custom order.

Tiny Drops of Ocean Torch Fired Enamel Necklace on display at The Lindsay Gallery

My jewelry will be on display until April 14th, 2012. If you’re in the area I would love you to stop by and visit The Lindsay Gallery to take a look or pass along the information to anyone in the area who may be interested. For more information about The Lindsay Gallery or my showcase visit their website here.

Displaying my "Little Black Dress" Collection at The Lindsay Gallery

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