This exhibition features eight jewelry designers and makers from the Rochester and Finger Lakes region. Work in the exhibition includes wearable and sculptural pieces in a variety of metals, precious and semi-precious stones, beads, silk, and paper.
Clifton Springs, NY – At Main Street Arts, jewelry is typically relegated to the jewelry case in the gallery shop. However, for this exhibition necklaces, earrings, bracelets and more will find their way to the walls and pedestals of the gallery. See the exhibition, Multifaceted when it opens on Saturday, July 8 with a reception from 4 to 7pm.
“I wanted to do this exhibition to change the context of how we look at jewelry. My hope is for people to experience these pieces as if they were looking at painting or sculpture and spend time considering the meaning behind the work.” — Bradley Butler, gallery director and curator
Multifaceted presents the work of eight carefully selected jewelry designers and makers from the Rochester and Finger Lakes areas. Jewelry included will consist of wearable and sculptural pieces in a variety of metals, precious and semi-precious stones, beads, silk, paper, and more from Erica Bapst, Juan Carlos Caballero-Perez, Lynn Duggan, Colleen Griffin-Underhill, Marisa Krol, Boo Poulin, Karen Tretiak, and Francesca Vitali.
The exhibition also includes a small selection of collaborative pieces with jewelry by Marisa Krol and paintings by Andrea Durfee.