Michelle DaRin Jewlery
Michelle DaRin Jewelry is best described as bohemian, bold, edgy, eccelectic style, think Pocahontas goes to Burning man.
Michelle DaRin’s designs are inspired by her love of color and nature. She uses a variety of materials including forged and enameled copper, caste silver, resin, bronze, feathers, leather and gem stones.
Michelle received her BA in Sculpture from SUNY Cortland. She went on to pursue her MFA in Metalsmithing from Syracuse University and combines her love of sculpture into wearable art jewelry.
Her work has been featured in various magazines including W, Bridal Guide, Where Women Create, Tango, Syracuse Women’s Magazine, The Post Standard, as well as on NBC Today Show, Bridge Street, and Daily Candy. Her work is constantly evolving and reflects her passion for art, life and the creative process. Her studio is located in beautiful Upstate New York in a vintage 1964 Airstream Trailer on her 7 acres of inspiration with her family, two dogs, and a cat. All designs are protected under federal trademark laws.
Mary’s Fault – Mary Savage.
Handcrafted tile hot plates, coaters & spoon rests.
“I am a native Syracusian with over 20 years craft experience. My time hot plates and coasters are hand crafted. I use a heat transfer process to adhere the image to the tile and use a sealer to protect the image. They are heat resistant and washable.
Some of the themes I offer are wine and drink, flowers and herbs, seasonal and holiday. My items are also carried in several retail establishments and wineries in the area.”
Annie Lathrop Creations
Ann Lathrop is from Fayetteville NY and has an illustration degree from Marywood University. Ann makes pottery and animals out of wire as well as illustrations.
Have All This Jewlery – Kelly Diemond
Kelly Diemond is a jewelry designer and artist who teaches classes, workshops and retreats in Central NY.
She specializes in copper, sterling and fine sliver jewelry and loves to mix metals & create unique pattern and texture in her work. You can find her designs in local shops or on Esty
Grim Desirables – Christophe Ennis & Mary Anne McClusky
Both Christopher and Mary Anne live and work in the Syracuse area and have been making art for over 20 years.
Expressing a visionary view of a perilous and futile future that reflects the dichotomy of beauty in nature and it’s vicious unforgiving horrors. Using automatism and surrealist abstraction with organic shapes, he commonly finds cephalopod-like and bird-like anthropomorphic creatures, defining them within his compositions. He is compelled toward these reoccurring creatures and finding their meaning in the worlds he creates.
Their organic abstract landscapes often exhibit horror vacui and tessellations of imaginary creatures, animals, the female form, macabre imagery, and nature in compositions that flow with illusive definition. As the images crowd and overlap they distort and grow, morphing and mutating with a subtle fluidity of chroma and value into a morass of the strange and unreal.
Using these techniques he creates an hallucinatory change and motion in his pieces that can be both subtle and abrupt creating depths and images often overlooked from casual viewing.