From the Field
The Gallery at Reinstein Ross presents “Flora and Flesh by Jessica Calderwood” January 21-February 28. “Flora and Flesh” features the artist’s oeuvre in its entirety including enamel jewelry and ceramic sculptures. This and more exhibitions in this week’s news post.
A collection of 101 of the rarest and most historically significant books on gems and jewelry is now available to the public through an extensive digitization project by GIA’s Richard T. Liddicoat Gemological Library and Information Center. This and more in this week’s news post.
On display at Armory Art Center to December 5th is “Faceted: Aspects of Contemporary Jewelry.” This exhibition, curated by Jim Bové and Lisa Johnson, exhibits various aspects of contemporary jewelry. This and more exhibitions on this week’s news post.
The 2015 Texas Metals Symposium lectures will be streamed live this Saturday, October 17, 9:00-5:00. This year’s symposium features Diane Falkenhagen, Randy Long, Chris Irick and Cathy McClure. The Texas Tech School of Art and the Metals Club of TTU welcomes all to be a part of the symposium and the stream! More info at their Facebook event page.
Genesis: Life and Form Through Different Lenses by Ezra Satok-Wolman and Wendy McAllister runs October 18-25 at the China Shanghai International Jewelry Design Forum. The exhibition and forum take place during Shanghai’s annual Jewelry and Fashion Week. Through their own unique lenses, both artists use the common geometries observed in nature as the basis for many of their pieces.
Satok-Wolman and McAllister are both long-time SNAG members.