Sarah Holden makes sculpture and jewelry that confront and attempt to reverse ideas about traditional gender roles and expectations. Using material to address gender, Sarah ruffles steel to render it curvy and lace like while stretching nylon stockings, allowing them to be the structural muscle that hold her sculpture and one-of-a-kind jewelry together. Sarah's limited production jewelry employs the same metal "ruffles" as in her sculpture and one-of-a-kind jewelry work. The metal ruffles are sometimes in steel and sometimes in sterling silver, but always refer back the ideas expressed in her sculpture and jewelry.
This classically inspired collection was designed using unique freshwater pearls, hand sawn vintage silver coins featuring Lady Liberty, and 14 karat vermeil.
The stunning collection of work in this exhibition was inspired by each artist’s personal exploration of the mineral world. Both Anna and Aimee reference the human body and utilize materials and color in unique ways. Heidi Lowe Gallery is honored to bring these talented artists together so that we may see the juxtaposition of their work.
The quiet beauty of the jewelry in this exhibition will draw you in; the unexpected mastery of materials will hold your attention and leave you in awe of artists Alexandra Hopp and Lydia Martin.
(un)natural features contemporary studio jewelry by artists Jina Seo and Lindsay Locatelli. Click to read the artists’ statements and to see their bodies of work.
Opening Reception: June 29, 6:00 - 8:00pm
On View thru December
The objective of Earrings Galore is to show rich and diverse examples of earrings made by emerging and established studio jewelers.
Going to the SNAG conference in Portland? Find the Earrings Galore Pop-Up downtown.
219 SW 9th Avenue (next to Thai Peacock)
Thursday, May 24th, 3-6pm
Friday, May 25th, 3-6pm
Saturday, May 26th, 1-3pm
CrossPASS is a project featuring collaborative and individual works by artists Demitra Thomloudis and Motoko Furuhashi that examine place through expanded media and the intimate lens of jewelry and small objects.
On view: September 7 - 30
Opening reception: Thursday, September 7, 6 - 8 pm
Exquisite Corpse was a playful parlor game invented by the surrealists where a unique and unplanned image is created by multiple artists on a single piece of paper. This exhibition and trunk show explores what happens when three like-minded jewelry artists come together, surrender control, and allow each other to modify each other's jewelry.
On view: August 21 - September 2
Closing reception: Thursday, August 31, 6 - 8 pm
Alliance is defined as a relationship based on an affinity in interests or qualities. The artists selected for Alliance both have a relationship to nature as inspiration. They respond to and capture their investigations in distinctly unique works of art jewelry.
Join us for the opening of Alliance on Thursday, June 22 from 6 - 8 pm!