Oct 16th, 2010

1st row: Istanbul Designs, Alisa Miller,  Andes Cruz, Andes Cruz ColoursB. Cyr Jewelery

2nd row: Purified Art, Moxie And OliverSandfibers, Pink Crow Studio , Howlin Doggie

3rd row: Cynthia Del GiudiceDanielle MillerDelias ThompsonMetal Emily, Bella Bijou Jewellery

4th row: Bella Bijou  Too Jewellery,  ArtJewel DesignsRosy RevolverAbhaya Fibers, Phoot

5th row:  Lisa HopkinsNEDbeadsJewelry By Natsuko, Lunasa Designs, Rickson Jewellery

6th row: Sarah HoodSusan Moloney, Tamra Gentry Oddities, Nova of Sweden, Metal Riot

7th row, Nanopod StudioWatto


Be sure to stop in and read this month’s Talk About Blog feature – On the journey of How our artists got to where they are now in their skillset. Fantastic posts this month.

Jewelry By Natsuko is donating jewelry to auction for a benefit hosted by the Chicago Public Art Group, The group works to fund mosaics around the city.

Sarah Hood is featured in an exhibition right now called Signs of Life at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA. Runs October 6, 2010 – October 27, 2010. Signs of Life is a contemporary jewelry art show and companion jewelry art catalog/literary journal. The show features work by ten artists. The catalog/literary journal pairs these jewelry artists with ten writers in a unique publication that celebrates both literature and jewelry art.

Metal Emily is in a new gallery exhibit: Plastic Show at Velvet da Vinci in San Francisco, Ca.

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