This month, in honor of its fifth anniversary of bringing art and elegance to the community, Grace Renee Gallery will host a three-day celebration as it invites guests to immerse themselves in an ambiance of sophistication and refinement while engaging in enriching conversations with special guests.
After more than 40 years of rock ’n’ roll — and rocks and minerals — British designer Stephen Webster, often referred to as the Jeweler to the Stars, shows no signs of slowing down.
In watchmaking, there are many ingredients to creating art: mechanical ingenuity, physical design and the application of decorative arts to the surfaces.
Sharing the distinct honor of having had their work selected to grace the cover of the directory for this fall’s 27th annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour, Sharon Albrektsen, Jacki Cohen, Carol McDonald and Kelly Charveaux are driven to create.
Thanks to recent spikes in aftermarket values, watches are now somewhat dubiously spoken of as an “asset class.”
Through Touch of Wonder Designs, 53-year-old Anthem resident Kelly Autry has finally realized a dream she had 30 years ago to own her own business through which she embraces and exercises her creativity.
Stephen Webster’s designs marry traditional craftsmanship, innovation, fair trade and a decidedly rebellious rock ’n’ roll spirit.
Luxury jewelry designer Katherine Jetter’s colorful, eye-catching designs combine premier quality precious stones and specialty gold finishes.
It is difficult to discern whether Paula Crevoshay’s passion drives her art, or whether art drives her passion. Like the light that shines through the vibrantly beautiful flora and fauna she creates, her art is a force that she cannot ignore.
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