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Timothy Veske-McMahon / Soft Spot Currently on View

A new exhibition, Soft Spot, featuring the work of American artist Timothy Veske-McMahon opened on Sat. Sept. 8. This exhibition features his latest series, which addresses loss and remembrance within the construct of today’s era of fake news and alternative facts. Soft Spot runs thru Oct. 6.

Timoth Veske-McMahon / Soft Spot

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First Ever: NYC Jewelry Week

Jewelry is taking NYC by storm in an inaugural week-long event dedicated to promoting jewelry through innovative programming, exhibitions, lectures, workshops, tours and more. NYCJW ’18 happenings will take place at venues throughout the city — and even a few in NJ – Nov. 12 – 18.

Stay tuned for more info.

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Metalsmith Magazine Review: “Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies”

 

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Klimt02 Interviews Thomas Gentille

Fifth in a series of interviews conducted by Klimt02′s Carolin Denter, Thomas Gentille offers his insights into the relevance of “Critique” as it relates to studio jewelers.

Klimt02: Interview with Thomas Gentille

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Art Jewelry Forum Interviews Toni Greenbaum

AJF engages noted historian Toni Wolf Greenbaum in thoughtful dialogue upon the presentation of her promised gift to the Yale University Art Gallery

AJF: Interview with Toni Greenbaum

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Robert Baines Featured at The Arkansas Arts Center

In collaboration with The Arkansas Arts Center we’re pleased to announce the opening of Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies on Fri. July 20, 2018. In this exhibition Baines assembles a fictitious jewelry narrative, captivating not only in the creativity and craftsmanship evident in the works, but also in the artist’s fascination with the enigma of jewelry as material evidence of authentic history. The show runs thru Oct. 7, 2018.

Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies
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Jennifer Trask Featured at Brandywine River Museum of Art

Three pieces by Jennifer Trask will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, PA. The show, which  is titled “Natural Wonders: The Sublime in Contemporary Art, will showcase the work of 12 eminent American artists who engage nature in all its fierce magnificence. The exhibition has been curated by Suzanne Ramljak, former editor of Metalsmith Magazine and will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog. Exhibition dates:  June 23 – Oct. 21

Natural Wonders: The Sublime in Contemporary Art

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Yale University Presents 20th Century Studio Jewelry

A promised gift of 16 pieces, from the studio jewelry collection of noted historian and author Toni Wolf Greenbaum, is on view at Yale University Art Gallery thru Aug. 26, 2018. Through this gift, Greenbaum, who specializes in 20th and 21st century jewelry and metalwork, adds the work of pioneering American art jewelers to the Gallery’s current jewelry collection.

The public is invited to hear Greenbaum’s lecture, titled “Wearing Your Heart on Your Sleeve: Jewelry as Cultural Marker.” on Thursday, May 31, at 5:30 pm.

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Zach Lechtenberg / Non-Photo Blues Currently on View

A new exhibition, featuring the work of artist Zach Lechtenberg, opened on May 12 to much enthusiasm. Lechtenberg is an illustrator / jeweler who uses the ancient technique of champlevé enamelingto create “pop culture” inspired pieces that are presented in dedicated handmade packaging, which are art pieces in of themselves.

Zach Lechtenberg / Non-Photo Blues

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Video: Mag to Snag at the Cooper Hewitt

Art historian Toni Greenbaum spoke last night at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum to the delight of many students, collectors and jewelry enthusiasts.
The lecture was an insightful investigation tracing the development of American Studio Jewelry from 1940-70. Watch it here:

Mag to Snag: American Studio Jewelry 1940-1970

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