Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Holiday Season

Yes, it is that time of year when I shamelessly promote those holiday shows and venues that will feature my jewelry along with the work of many other artists and craftspeople.
The Main Line Art Center's juried show is a favorite on the Main Line.
This year, there will be around 50 artists from the region.
The show runs from Friday, November 30 through Sunday, December 9.
The Community Arts Center and the Potters Guild of Wallingford joined forces a few years ago and really do offer one of the best juried, holiday shows ever!
Original work by 55 local artists will be offered in the beautiful Duke Gallery.
The show runs from Saturday, December 1 through Saturday, December 8.
(Yay!  My bracelet made it to the postcard!)
The gift shop at Woodmere Art Museum is open year round, but expands into one of the gallery spaces for the holiday season.
The Holiday Store opened on November 10 and will close at the end of December.
Sweet Mabel in Narberth features a wonderful and often whimsical selection of American (and Nova Scotia) made art and fine crafts.
 Be prepared to linger so you can discover the many wonderful things in this small and delightful gallery.
On the hill in downtown Narberth.....look for the barber's pole.

I am so excited to now have my work at Portfolio, the gift shop at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
I actually just delivered my inventory of earrings and bracelets (and one necklace) this morning.
The shop is just two blocks north of City Hall in Center City, Philadelphia, and you can combine your visit to Portfolio with a visit to the Academy's museum.
The gift shop is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, 11 am to 6 pm.


  1. Good luck with it all! If I were closer, I'd love to visit and see your work.