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Happening now through October 7
9th Annual Tieton 10x10x10 at Tieton Arts and Humanities

The 9th annual 10x10x10xTieton juried exhibition invites artists from all over the world to create work no larger than 10 inches in any dimension, no media restrictions. The result? A wide-ranging exhibition that includes sculpture, painting, photography, book art, 3D printed objects, found objects, collage, jewelry, and everything in between.

Jurors Sean Elwood, former Director of Programs & Initiatives at the Creative Capital Foundation in New York, and Monica Miller, Executive Director of Gallery One Visual Arts Center in Ellensburg, looked at 914 total submissions. Paring down to just 167 pieces for the show was not an easy process for the jurors, “as there were inevitably some very good things not included,” says Sean. “It’s a subjective process. But despite the challenges, picking a show like this can be extremely rewarding. I looked for artworks that were well realized, that embodied beauty and/or intelligence, that were distinctly of this time or embodied a sense of timelessness.”

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artist list:

Zoe Arnold, Anne Dinan, Coco Fronsac, Carla Garcia Durlan, Robin Kranitzky, Claire Lavendhomme, Natalia Lubienecka, Peter Machata, Jana Machatova, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kimberly Nogueira, Kim Overstreet, Barbara Paganin, Ramon Puig Cuyas, Katherine Richmond, Chiara Scarpitti, Bettina Speckner, Fatima Tocornal, Silvia Walz

Galerie LA Joaillerie Par Mazlo

Organized by gallery LA Joaillerie par Mazlo and ARKETIP association, le génie des images brings together the works of contemporary art jewelers and the protean universe of artist Coco Fronsac. All of them do share a common practice of assemblage to support their essentially figurative and narrative artistic approach. In this respect, they place the use of photographs or elements borrowed from ancient imagery at the center of their experiments.

Curated by Celine Robin

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I have 3 pieces in a new book released by Schiffer Publishing:
Narrative Jewelry: Tales from the Toolbox by Mark Fenn

Featuring 450 full-color photos and 241 of the world’s foremost narrative jewelry makers, this book showcases the best of what today's makers, ranging from newly graduated students to the luminaries of the jewelry world, have to offer us: jewelry that's designed to evoke a range of thoughts and feelings. Do you have a piece of jewelry that offers a story? What story does the jewelry we own or desire tell? Why are you attracted to some pieces, but repelled by others? The answers unfold in this contemporary compendium, also featuring a foreword by jewelry professor and expert Jack Cunningham, Ph.D., and text by artists Jo Pond and Dauvit Alexander (The Justified Sinner). The makers and images selected for this book are a broad representation of the genre of narrative jewelry and offer a fascinating look for anyone who wears, collects, or has an interest in jewelry or design.


Upcoming: Under Fire 2

Under Fire 2, a National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Enamels featuring 64 artists in the Krikorian Gallery at the Worcester Center for Crafts, MA, is an Enamel Guild North East exhibition in conjunction with the Worcester Center for Crafts, and will present a broad range of contemporary enamels including experimental approaches as well as traditional designs and techniques, highlighting the various applications and potential of the medium.  Juried by:  Aurelie Guillaume, Jan Harrell, Bella Neyman. 

On view Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10AM-5PM, October 21-November 17, 2018.