Friday, November 19, 2010

Washington Craft Show

This weekend several friends were exhibiting at the prestigious Washington Craft Show . My studio mate, Laurel and I spent a lovely morning last Friday seeing the show.

Filled with top notch contemporary craft, the show featured work by 190 artists.

We first visited the booth of our studio mate, Jessica Beels. Jessica makes sculptures and jewelry of steel and paper.

Next we visited our other studio mate, Judit Varga, a talented ceramicist from Hungary.

And on to the booth of our studio neighbor, Ani kasten
We actually own one of her boat forms and it is one of my favorites in our collection.

Last, we visited the booth of Elissa Farrow-Savos. These remarkable sculptures are created using polymer clay, mixed media and found objects. My favorite is the girl with the wind up heart that can be reeled in, It Was Wonderfully Convenient To Be Able To Reel It Back In When Necessary.

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