Heidi Lowe Gallery hosts the annual Earrings Galore exhibition, featuring the earring in all its glory.
Stop by for our annual Druzy and Gemstone Trunk Show! It starts on Thursday, December 1 and continues through Thursday the 8th! Pick a stone and we'll make it wearable in time for the holiday!
Shop Heidi Lowe Gallery on November 25 and 26 and receive 10% off all handmade jewelry!
Join us for sparkles, bubbles, and celebration!
Suspension: The Experiment integrates polymer clay and welded steel into graceful compositions that are lightweight and easy to wear. Join us for the opening on September 1 from 5-7pm!
Sarah Holden makes sculpture and jewelry that confront and attempt to reverse ideas about traditional gender roles and expectations. Stop by the trunk show, Thursday, August 18 from 5 - 8 pm to see more of Sarah's jewelry.
Heidi Lowe Gallery is proud to present ‘Steel Magnolias’ featuring work by April Wood and Liz Clark. This exhibition brings together two studio jewelers working with the flower as a formal aspect of their work as well as the subject. Please join us for the opening of Steel Magnolias on July 7 from 5 - 7 pm.
Heidi Lowe Gallery hosts the eighth annual Earrings Galore exhibition, featuring the earring in all its glory.
Reflect is a contemporary reaction of art jewelers to historical female portraits from the permanent collections of the Rehoboth Art League in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover, Delaware. Reflect was on view at the Rehoboth Art League from December, 2015 - February 2016, and at the University of Wisconsin during Zoom Milwaukee, a midwest jewelry and metalsmithing symposium, May 25 - 29, 2016.
I explore the experience of memories through the lens of my eyes, camera, and computer. The relationship between a digital and physical process merges into an ornament made out of paper.
This collection was inspired by daily walks in Delaware and Florida, which were a time for exercising my body, and more so my mind - unearthing the designs of earrings, bracelets and necklaces from nature's shapes: seeds, pods and nuts that had fallen to the ground.
The female experience is a reoccurring theme in my work. My jewelry and sculpture is informed by everyday interactions and observations of gender-based expectations or generalizations.
I find value and beauty in the waver of the drawn line and the subtleties of the handmade object. I am constantly trying to capture these small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide.
This installation intends to explore the aspects of ornamentation, where the work is derived of natural imagery, wearable, and offers optical engagement.
My background in geology combined with my desire to create, manifests itself in the work that I make.
Home includes jewelers Karen Vanmol and Courtney Kemp. Both artists use materials from the home as a starting place from which to make jewelry.
Both artists share an investigation into the gemstones. Historically, costume jewelry has taken on the role of recreating fine gemstones in non-precious materials. Both Coupee and McMahon speak to the futility of replicating fine jewelry inexpensively by create their own gemstones out plastic, leather, and balsa wood.
Jewelry Edition is a project co-founded by Kat Cole and Laura Wood to support and promote the work of emerging and early career jewelry artists. Jewelry Edition seeks new ways to attract and educate clients on contemporary jewelry such as interactive web presence, and popup gallery events. Each year is a new edition of artists, new pop-up venues, and collaborative opportunities.
Heidi Lowe Gallery hosts the sixth annual Earrings Galore exhibition, featuring the earring in all its glory.
The objective of this exhibition is to show rich and diverse examples of earrings made by artists. Although each jeweler’s artistic intent may be specific, the show will consist of a broad range of thoughtful work. The exhibition creates access for the public to engage art jewelry for the first time or a way to add to their collection.