Save the date for this year’s biggest jewelry and accessory show at Abeille as part of Brookline Artists Open Studios. The show kicks off on Friday, April 26 at 5:30pm – 9pm and continues Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28 from 11am to 6pm. On Friday evening, sip and mingle with the local designers. It’s a great opportunity to connect with amazingly wonderful and talented neighbors.
There will be free demonstrations and give aways throughout the weekend. The following have been scheduled and more updates to follow:
- Sunday at 1pm: Earring Basics
- Sunday at 2pm: Transforming Comic Books
Abeille, 45 Harvard Street, Brookline Village
Learn a little about the artists below:
- Amy Hutchinson of A Full Cup Design | email@example.com
Amy has been sewing since childhood and makes the most amazing purses, totes, bags, iPad and kindle device covers. She also works with silk and wool to make the most luxurious nuno felted scarves. Amy’s mission finding beauty in simplicity and laughter over a full cup of tea. Come have a spot of tea with Amy and enjoy her simple treasures.
- Courtney Johanson of Court Collects | firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney has a passion for creating beaded jewelry and loves the process of collecting materials, dreaming up designs, and making them a reality. Each piece she makes is one of a kind and features a mix of glass beads, chain, and other metal components. Courtney’s designs are delicate, simple, and can be worn anywhere.
- Jennifer Lippay | email@example.com | 617.767.3529
An eclectic mix of styles, these one of a kind pieces reflect an array of influences from vintage to sophisticated bohemian. Incorporating semi-precious, seed, ethnic (African,Thai), lamp-work glass (early Christian Logan), freshwater pearls and swarovski crystals beads.
- Liz Lirakis of Tracimoc | firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Lirakis is an avid film nerd and loves to put her imagination to work. She takes homeless comic books and transforms them into unique useable and wearable art. All the art is created from the original comic print, which allows each piece to be completely unique. Pieces include wallets, wall letters, canvas collage, rings, necklaces, clothing, earrings, pins, bracelets, cufflinks, photo frames, purses, musical instruments and more!
- Michelle Rothman of Ojas Collection | email@example.com
Jewelry inspired by the many moods of a woman using fine stones and metals.
- Sasha Walsh Designs | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sasha earned her BFA in Metalsmithing from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Fascinated by the beauty in life, Sasha finds herself obsessed with the geometric complexity of nature. She is especially inspired by the formation of crystal organization. Thus creating new forms that appear as direct replications of these recognizable organic matters however disrupting natures order by way of the human hand. Sasha mimicks the power we have to alter nature’s path, which ultimately leads to chaos and overgrowth present throughout her work.
- Lisa Trachtman of Saint Germain Studios and Abeille | email@example.com
Lisa is a self taught jewelry designer. Saint Germain studios focuses on simplicity and personalization using vintage components, charms and customized hand-stamped or fingerprint pendants.
Use this interactive map to checkout other artist locations or stop by @abeille to pickup a paper map.