COLLECTIONS: Treasures from a Jeweler’s Perspective
Art jewelers are collectors. Tools, gems, jewelry, imagery, rusty metal; honestly I do not think I’ve ever met an art jeweler who did not collect at least one of the above. More often than not, all and more! The inspiration for this new gallery series is to peek into a single jeweler’s collection. Just one of them. This September we will explore a selection of jewelry works collected by local jeweler Micki Lippe.
COLLECTION: A Curated Selection of Art Jewelry Collected by Micki Lippe
During many years on the road, doing American Craft Council shows, like many artists, Micki traded with fellow makers. It is one of the best ways to build a fine collection of interesting jewelry. This selection of 35 pieces curated by Maru Almeida includes brooches, earrings and necklaces created by a wide range of artists, over the course of a couple decades. These include work from Bob Ebendorf, Ford and Forlano and Diane Falkenhagen. Micki hopes that a peek at this collection will serve to provide design and technical inspiration to other makers. This is your chance to see the back of the brooch!
On exhibition in the Danaca Design Gallery Showroom September 12-Oct 10, 2022
Reception and guided tour with light refreshments: October 8, 1:00 – 2:30 RSVP required. Event is currently full. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist.
Read our interview with Micki HERE