I will be sharing my one of a kind handmade jewelry and decorative pottery at Lockwood’s Greenhouses on September 12.Continue reading
Under normal circumstances I would be preparing for The Buffalo-Style Garden Art Show held at the Buffalo & Erie county Botanical Gardens.
Here are a few items I created with them in mind…
Although this and many other wonderful summer shows are cancelled this year, I hope to be exhibiting my work later this year. In the meantime, be well and enjoy the summer!
Looking for one of a kind handmade gifts this holiday season? Do you collect unique restored or re-purposed vintage Sterling silver jewelry?
I am very excited to announce I will be participating in each (12/1-12/22) of Hotel Henry’s Holiday Markets!
From their page on Facebook: The Holiday Market at Hotel Henry is back for another season, and with that comes four opportunities to enjoy 100 Acres’ ingredient-focused brunch menu as you Explore Buffalo’s premier holiday market experience.
(Open to all for shopping amazing local artisans- please see their site for brunch reservation info!)
As a local artist, I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude & let you know how much your support means to me…
Hope to see you soon!!!
I will be exhibiting many items including my handmade raku-fired leaves, horse hair pottery, restored and re-purposed vintage Sterling jewelry at two shows in November:
Saturday, November 16 St. Paul’s Holiday Bazaar (9-2) 4007 Main Street, Eggertsville, NY
Sunday, November 17 St. Andrew’s Holiday Gift Show (9-3) 1525 Sheridan Drive, Kenmore, NY
I will be exhibiting my handmade raku fired pottery leaves along with my unique re-purposed vintage Sterling and handmade glass jewelry at Lockwood’s Fall Festival– Saturday, September 7 from 9-4.
I found this very interesting (and substantial) vintage Sterling cuff bracelet online. I was a bit disappointed when I received it. Although it wasn’t terribly expensive, considering the solid Sterling is 5.75 inches long and over an inch wide, I didn’t care for the color of the stone and noticed the setting was incorrectly soldered and crooked!
So thanks to my trusty bench grinder and favorite ball-peen hammer, I was able to transform and create a distinct new piece. A touch more polishing and it’s good to go!!
My next show is the Glen Park Art Festival on July 27 and 28 from 10-5
Saturday & Sunday June 29 & 30 10-4
I will be featuring my garden-inspired handmade jewelry and decorative pottery at the Botanical Gardens of Buffalo for the Buffalo-Style Garden Art Sale