Nicole Landaw

Nicole Landaw’s sleek surfaces and seductive, innovative forms have established her as one of today’s leading jewelry designers. Inspired by organic structures, her collection ranges from bold to delicate. Nicole thoughtfully carves, forms and finishes each piece in her Brooklyn studio.

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Maureen Fullam

Maureen Fullam has been incorporating the technique of reverse gilding and painting on glass, known as Verre Eglomise, since the late nineteen eighties.  During this time she has worked with premiere architects, designers and world-class decorators executing extraordinary commissions and special projects.  These have ranged from small decorative objects, custom furniture, to mirrored wall and […]

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Lola Brooks

Lola Brooks is an artist, metalsmith, clotheshorse and sometimes writer who studied Fashion at Pratt Institute and received her BFA in Metals at SUNY New Paltz. Her work is influenced by the Victorian obsession with death and sentimentality, the Arts and Crafts Movement and the American Studio Jewelry movement that followed WWII, when artists resurrected an appreciation of the handmade by rejecting the principles of mass production.

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Lee M. Hale

Lee M. Hale, who works in both the fine and decorative arts, studied sculpture at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y., graduating in 1986. Born and raised in Northeastern Connecticut, she credits her rural upbringing for her abiding interest in and love for natural forms.

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