New work headed to Boston!

Super honored to have been invited by the Society of Arts + Crafts to show my work along side 23 other amazing artists! From Minimal To Bling is the Society's 6th biennial show in a brand new location. Sales at this exhibition serve a dual purpose, supporting their mission of education and outreach in the crafts field, and supporting the individual artists creating this work. 

The exhibition is cash/carry, meaning purchased pieces can go home with you! Just in time for holiday gift giving.  If your are in the area, make sure to stop by.

From Minimal to Bling
November 11, 2017- February 3, 2018
Opening Reception: November 9th, 2017, 6-9pm

Society of Arts + Crafts
100 Pier Four Boulevard
Suite 200
Boston, MA 02210

Ojalá Project

During the summer I was handed a mysterious canvas bag by my friend, Raissa Bump (check out her work, it's fantastic!). As it turns out, quite a few of these bags have changed hands over the last two years as part of the Ojalá Project. Within each bag were the beginnings of what would later become a jewelry piece. Each piece was passed to a new artist who would then add their touch to it and pass it on to the next person. The resulting pieces are a mix of aesthetics, artists, cultures, countries, and materials... each one unique to the hands it passed through.

The opening reception for the pieces created during this project is November 19-24, 2016. If you happen to be passing through Buenos Aires, please take some pictures for me!

"After two years of starting Ojalá Project we invite you to Ojalá Project (Buenos Aires) to be held during the first Bienal Latinoamericana de Joyería Contemporánea "Puentes" (Latin American Biennial of Contemporary Jewellery "Bridges") organized by Joyeros Argentinos and the Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández."

All That Glitters

I am so excited to be included in an upcoming show, All That Glitters, with an amazing group of very talented artists! 

Opening reception Saturday August 15th 5-8pm

A little bit about the show:

"The Arts Center will sparkle with the infinite possibilities of glass. All that Glitters, a collaborative exhibition at Petaluma Arts Center and IceHouse Gallery, will include works by members of the contemporary glass movement that began in the San Francisco Bay Area more than 50 years ago.

Curator Kathleen Hanna brings pieces by seminal figure Marvin Lipofsky, who founded the glass program in 1964 at UC Berkeley, and the generations of glass artists he inspired. Artists include Bill Burch, Elin Christopherson, Erik Eiserling, Bella Feldman, Ken & Ingrid Hanson, Evan Kolker, David Lewin, John Lewis, J. P. Long, Susan Longini, Lee Miltier, Jay Musler, Bruce Pizzichillo & Dari Gordon, Jean Salatino & Steven Gandolfo, Randy Strong, Boyd Sugiki, Pamina Traylor, Mary B. White and Lisa Zerkowitz.

In Gallery 2 at the Petaluma Arts Center, Elizabeth Shypertt, co-founder of San Francisco’s important jewelry gallery Velvet da Vinci, will curate an exhibition of contemporary works by American jewelers, including Lucia Antonelli, Brook Battles, Raissa Bump, Sandra Enterline, Don Friedlich, Tina Frey, Susie Ganch, Karen Gilbert, April Higashi, Maya Kini, Christy Klug, Deb Lozier, Sydney Lynch, Kelly Nedderman, Erica Rosenfeld, Biba Schutz, Jan Smith, and Julia Turner."