Suspended in Green - Curated by CASS Alumna
Thirty-three contemporary jewellers from all over the world explore the colour Green.
Green: it's just a colour, yet it can also stand for so much more. It’s the colour of money, of envy and of energy; it can stand for ethical products, the environment, symbolise fertility and nature. This exhibition will be a juxtaposition of jewellers, themes and styles, all suspended from the gallery’s ceiling, which will invite the viewer to engage and interact with the work.
In addition, to compliment the unique exhibition pieces each participant has created a lower priced collection of jewellery – offering an interesting way to begin building a contemporary Jewellery collection.
- Venue: Lesley Craze Gallery
- Address: Lesley Craze Gallery, 33 - 35a Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU
- PV: Thursday 14 August 6-8pm and Saturday 16 August 12-2pm
- Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30am-6:00pm, Thursday 10:30am-7:00pm, Saturday 11:00am-5:30pm
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