Monday, March 28, 2011

more from Projectione

A while back I had posted a bathroom renovation that used a CNC and a vacuum former.  That same design team has now conquered another project.  See all the details here

Show coming up.

Tom Herman: Poppy brooch. 18k gold, chyrsoprase, spiney oyster shell and shakudo


Jamie Bennett: Posteriori No. 3, Brooch with gold chain. 2008 enamel, copper, 18k gold. Photo courtesy of Sienna Gallery

Jamie Bennett: Posteriori No. 7 Brooch. 2008 enamel, copper, 18k gold. Photo courtesy of Sienna Gallery

Pat Flynn, Bracelet, iron and 22k gold and 18 k gold

I am honored to be a part of this exhibition.  So many heavy hitters.  It is also my first big city show!!  eeeeeeeeee.  At the Forbes gallery no less.  

I have included images above and links below.

Here is the Press Release:

Living within the immediate vicinity of the New Paltz area in upstate New York are a number of important studio jewelry artists whose work will be the focus of an exhibition at The Forbes Galleries in New York, April 9 – June 25.

Jewelers of the Hudson Valley, will feature the work of seven prominent jewelry artists: Jennifer Trask, Tom Herman, Pat Flynn, Jamie Bennett, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Arthur Hash and Sergey Jivetin. In addition, there will be pieces from the collection of the Samuel Dorsky Museum, State University of New York/New Paltz on display and selected works by students and graduates of the metals’ program at SUNY/New Paltz.

The guest curator is Elyse Zorn Karlin, co-director of the Association for the Study of Jewelry & Related Arts, Post Chester, N.Y., which is sponsoring the exhibition.

The Forbes Galleries are located within the lobby of Forbes magazine headquarters in New York, 62 Fifth Ave. The Galleries are open free to the public 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays through Saturdays.

A curator’s tour of the exhibition is schedules for June 18 at 2 p.m. for anyone interested in signing up or one can be booked for groups of 10 or more by contacting Elyse Karlin at There is no charge for a tour.

The Association for the Study of Jewelry and Related Arts, LLC is dedicated to the advancement of jewelry studies by individuals and in schools, museums, and institutions of higher learning. AJSRA publishes Adornment Magazine, a weekly newsletter, runs an annual fall event, numerous additional special events, and offers a number of other benefits.