May 16th Window Shopping

1st row: Istanbul Designs, Alisa Miller, Andes Cruz, Andes Cruz Colours, Angela Gerhard, Tuizui

2nd row: B. Cyr JeweleryPurified Art, Moxie And Oliver, SandfibersHowlin DoggieColleen Baran

3rd row: Cynthia Del Giudice, Danielle Miller, OctopusMeDelias ThompsonMetal EmilyThe Ceremonial Home

4th row: ArtJewel Designs, Rosy Revolver,  i dream i can flyKerin RoseAbhaya FibersPhoot

5th row: Lisa HopkinsCosmos Moon,  Jewelry By NatsukoQuibusLunasa Designs, Rickson Jewellery,

6th row: Sarah HoodSusan MoloneyT. Gentry Design, Metal RiotNanopod StudioWatto

News

Please check out out Team Talk About Blog from May – Here. The topic this month is: “What item do you most treasure made by another artist? ( if there is one) If not, how about what would you *like* to have?”

Don’t forget to become a fan on our new FaceBook Fan page! As well our new data is here:  twitter; flickr photos; and of course you are on the new blog!

Susan Moloney: Has a new gallery show coming up! “off the cuff” at Highwire Gallery. june 4-28, 2010, opening reception june 4 from 5-9:30; Highwire Gallery is located at 2040 frankford ave., philadelphia, pa. their website.

Susan Moloney Also has a new studio space she’s love to share with you on this video!

Lisa Hopkins has her Thoreau Necklace is one of the Staff Picks on 1000 Markets.

T. Gentry Design has been asked by Lillstreet Art Center to submit pieces for display and sale in their booth as they participate in the Whole Nine Yards art show on Memorial Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 29-30, 2010. The show is being brought to the public by the Judith Racht Gallery, in Harbert, Michigan.

Cosmos Moon is getting ready for a solo show this summer at Arts Marketplace (downtown Tucson). The opening will be happening Saturday June 12th 6-10pm.
She just ordered the postcards, and is lining up some esoteric musicians for the event. She plans on showing my embossed aluminum and my pewter jewelry- PLUS will also have a showcase for some of her ring a day rings!

Jewelry By Natsuko is having a GIVEAWAY! Read about it here. As well, her “very berry pink poppy hook earrings” was featured here.

Abhaya Fibers is teaching again! Course: Knitted Summer Shawls.    Wed. 7 – 9pm,  June  23 & 30. Cost = $40 for class series. At Juniper Place Yarns,Quakertown, Pennsylvania. Details: Shawls are hot this year, and cotton is cool!  We will be making an open lacy shawl with a gorgeous light weight mercerized cotton yarn, just perfect for the spring and summer months.  An easy pattern with just enough challenge to keep you knitting till it’s done!  Students should have intermediate knitting skills (cast on/off, knit, purl, increasing and decreasing) to participate in this class. She also does one on one tutoring classes by request. (Contact thru  Juniper Place Yarns, Quakertown, Pennsylvania.)

Andes Cruz has a new blog. A 365 project. It’s for fun, and all about the kitties. Go check out Paw Tracks.

Rickson Jewellery has started a brand new blog: Canada Can Craft on Crafthaus Groups, and will be discussing Canadian Craft in all it’s glory! She invites everyone to comment and discuss Canadian jewellery, and artists can contact her to be featured in the Blog.

Rickson Jewellery is excited about being at 2010 TORONTO OUTDOOR ART EXHIBITION,

July 9, 10 & 11, 2010
Nathan Phillips Square (northwest corner of Queen and Bay Streets, beside the Eaton’s Center)
Free admission, Friday – Sunday 10:30am – 7:30pm (6:30 Sunday)

Now in it’s 49th year, the TOAE is a juried showcase featuring contemporary fine art and craft that takes place every July.

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