5 ranking, Changing Hues: Color Embraced by Metalsmiths Around the World

Robly Glover (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

The exhibition- Changing Hues: Color Embraced by Metalsmiths Around the World, explores metal works whose primary theme is color embraced as their primary visual focus, whether that be using colored materials, exploring creating colored surfaces, or encasing the object in color.

As the world's largest jewelry related Internet site, Ganoksin strives to develop exhibitions showcasing work from around the world. This exhibition was open to all metalsmiths, professional and amateur, advanced and beginner. 

In total 303 artists contributed 814 show pieces for the permanent online exhibition.

The exhibition was curated by Beth Wicker, President of the North Carolina Society of Goldsmiths in the United States, and Adjunct Instructor at Northeastern Technical College in South Carolina. Director of the exhibition is Hanuman Aspler, founder of The Ganoksin Project, the world's largest Internet jewelry site.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 22 2014

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