Handwork Cooperative is complying with the NYS Pause for the safety of community health. We appreciate that members of the community are interested in supporting local artists in this unprecedented time. We are happy to connect you with our artists and you can find direct links to them in their profiles. We will also be sharing what our artists are up to on social media.
In creating his black and white jewelry, Michael explores the themes of simplicity and elegance, proportion and balance, and symmetry/asymmetry.
Shirley's signature filigree style of metalwork is accompanied by a variety of precious and semi-precious gems, dichroic glass.
Green, eco-jewelry, made from 100% recycled sterling silver and gold by Lise Bouvet.
For Julia, working with glass - transparent, opaque, translucent - in every color imaginable, richly saturated or pale as a whisper, is as fun as it gets.
Charlotte's hand-painted and individually designed watercolor jewelry is called "Compliments Fly."
Perhaps most inspiring to Laurel's work are the little things. Images of pebbles, leaves and twigs tend to show up in her work in various ways.