Boston luxury. From Minimal to Bling: Contemporary Studio Jewelry. Through January 11, 2014 at The Society of Arts and Crafts.
Luxury and art. From Minimal to Bling exhibition will include the current work of a selected group of talented American studio jewelers/metalsmith. Various conceptual, material and technical approaches will be examined.
Exhibiting artists: Sarah Abramson, Carolyn Morris Bach, Bonnie Bishoff & J.M. Syron, Jim Bové, Kathleen Browne, Sarah Kate Burgess, Diane Chester-Demicco, Kat Cole, Donald Friedlich, Hughes-Bosca, Lisa Juen, Deb Karash, Ruth Koelewyn, Patricia Madeja, Lauren Markley, Jillian Moore, Gene Michael Pijanowski, Cara Romano, Betty Stoukides, Alan Burton Thompson, Marlene True, Donna Veverka, and Paulette J. Werger.
The Society of Arts and Crafts · 175 Newbury Street · Boston, MA 02116 · (617) 266-1810. Tuesday-Saturday, 10-6, Sundays closed and by appointment on Mondays. http://www.
If you have the chance, don’t miss this event, Yareah friends. Luxury and art everywhere!
The Society of Arts and Crafts:
Established in 1897, The Society of Arts and Crafts (SAC) is the oldest non-profit craft organization in the United States. Our mission is to support the creation and advancement of contemporary craft – work made using ceramics, fiber, glass, metal and/or wood.
Our exhibition, education and award programs promote emerging through established artists from across the country. SAC is housed in an historic brownstone located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, we have a street-level retail store and a second floor exhibition gallery which presents four curated shows per year, We also present Craftboston an exhibition and sale of contemporary art, craft and design. The Society of Arts and Crafts is funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and from grants and donations from friends like you. Join now and support SAC! Become a member and enjoy special member discounts and benefits.