Whitney

Lassini

Lowell

MI

Cloisonné is a technique for decorating metalwork objects. The decoration is formed by first adding compartments Made from thin silver wire and then filling them with many tin layers of powdered enamel

Brenda

Nienhouse

B Nienhouse Designs

Grand Haven

MI

Influenced by the abstract, sculptural & flowing designs of nature, I use sterling silver, brass, copper, pearls & gemstones - fabricated, hammered, pierced & strung to create modern wearable art.

Jim

Schreiner

Tiffin

OH

Entirely handmade from combinations of silver, copper, brass, bronze. Cold-forming, fabricating, casting & vitreous enameling techniques are applied depending on detail & color objectives.

Regina

To

Sophia Pip Designs

Key West

FL

Metal-smithing methods are used on mixed metal to fabricate botanical-themed jewelry. Most pieces are brushed to a satin finish that elucidates form, while others are oxidized to offer contrast.

Melissa

Woods

Funky Jewelry

Toledo

OH

I hand manipulate anodized aluminum in different gauges & color hues into weightless hypo allergenic wearable art. Each piece is designed, handmade, displayed and sold by me the artist.

Jerry

Wygant

Pentwater

MI

Inlaid wood jewelry using the wet slip method taught to me by a pattern maker from the early auto industry. No stain or color is added.

Karen

Agopian

Rabbit River Design

Hamilton

MI

Fabricated sterling silver jewelry using textural techniques like roller printing, reticulation. Also Keum-boo, the process of applying 24 karat gold on silver. Patina is used to bring out texture.

Deborah

Barnes

Mount Dora

FL

I fabricate sterling & 14kt. sheet w/hand tools & knowledge of traditional silversmithing: piercing, reticulation, metal forming, chasing, soldering, hollow form construction, forging, mokume, enamel

James

Blanchard

Traverse City

MI

Precious metal is used to hold trap or cage gems in rough and polished forms.

Charise

Bundesen

a touch of art

Clarkston

MI

I create all components of my mixed media jewelry from polymer clay, wire, resin and fiber. I use vibrant colors of polymer clay as well as paints, inks, and mica powders resulting in wearable art

Emma

Hoekstra

Emma Elizabeth Jewelry

Grandville

MI

Utilizing traditional metalsmithing techniques I bring together sterling silver and eye catching stones in imaginative ways to create wearable art meant to encourage, uplift and build confidence.

Amy

Johnson

Amy Johnson Designs

Grand Rapids

MI

Bead Weaving and Bead Embroidery techniques with my original designs. Hand cut and polished stones, glass beads, crystal and pearls are combined to create layers of color and texture.

Greg & BJ

Jordan

Jordan Fine Art Jewelry

Niles

MI

Hand fabricated, 3-D, wearable sculpture designs in mixed metals. Techniques include reticulation, acid etching, metal patina, oxidation, and sometimes polymer clay.

​Fallasburg Artist list

Jewelry

LowellArts
223 W Main Street

Lowell, MI 49331

616-897-8545

info@lowellartsmi.org

Gallery Hours:

TUES thru FRI  10am-6pm

SAT 12pm-5pm

Accessibility

LowellArts is accessible to all visitors – whatever their ability. Ramped entrance directly accessible from the handicapped parking area. Automatic door accessibility. Wheelchair accessible restrooms and pathways. Certified Service Animals welcome. Feel free to call in advance of your visit so we can accommodate any special needs.

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LowellArts is supported in part by:

LowellArts is supported by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.