August 20-28, 2021
Jill Scholsohn’s anthropology background is evident in the pieces of jewelry she creates. She uses a mixture of amulets, talismans along with rare, exotic beads and mediums from several cultures around the world, like Indian Rubies, Ancient Coral, Turquoise dating back 2,000 to 4,000 years, Gaspeite, Carnelian, Fossilized Mammoth, Sugilite, Walrus Tusk and more.
August 19th, Thursday
Martha handcrafts wearable treasures made of sterling silver & gold accented with precious stones and pearls. Blending traditional and exotic influences, her inspirations extend from ancient civilizations to modern architecture. She creates jewelry to help people share their story and to enhance individual statement. Working out of her studio on the coast of Maine.
David Urso's highly sophisticated handcrafted jewelry is a visual feast of color, form and surface. He uses the dried minced plants as pigment, sometimes combining them with pastels, and mixing them directly into clear resin. The resulting color range is vibrant, earthy and beautifully textured.
Each piece is entirely handcrafted in his studio in Ulster County, NY.