Elizabeth Barthel

jewelry My designs are created with natural colored gemstones and sterling silver. The “bubble” pendant and ring are inspired by a canoe trip down the Harpeth River. The circular cutouts represent water.

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Patti Zieche

jewelry I mainly Wirewrap, since Covid I have been busy working with new techniques and having fun, sheet metal and wire are fun to create wearable art

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A. Denise Rollings-Martin

jewelry Self-taught, I hammer and form Sterling, Fine Silver and 18KGold to adorn natural gemstones, fossils and pearls. My design starts with the lapidary of the gemstone, then, the metal compliments.

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Becky Christian

jewelry We mastered our trade through years of individual apprenticeship with master craftsman. All of our pieces are handed-cast in fine Crown Pewter, one of the six noble metals: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Co

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Mark Slaven

jewelry I create fused Dichroic glass jewelry using my own color creation and design. Sterling bezel/wire. Pendants, Earrings, Bracelets, Sterling, Aluminum/glass necklaces with original color and design.

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Suzanne Fideli-Krongold

jewelry Hand bent and tooled, Precious metal wire(14KT,18KT,14KT gold-filled,Sterling) , combined with stones,pearls or Dichroic glass to form bracelets,earrings,pendants. Original designs, no solder used.

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Lizz Godfroy

jewelry Curated stones, minerals & artifacts are either soldered or electroformed & then oxidized, resulting in a distinct, modern-relic aesthetic. Most pieces are one of a kind and gender neutral.

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Gail Peetz

jewelry Handcrafted jewelry with combinations of fine silver elements(made with silver precious metal clay), sterling, chainmaille and accents. The clay is shaped and fired to create the fine silver pieces.

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Savannah Stone

jewelry Real flowers & greenery wildcrafted & personally grown then pressed, dried, & preserved to cast in resin creating jewelry, keepsakes, & unique gifts.

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Amanda Mathews

jewelry Love is a Seed handmade jewelry techniques are hand-knotting, stringing, wire wrapping, and metal stamping. Materials used; natural gems, seeds, wood, seashells, vintage, sea glass, and unique beads.

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THE BIG FOUR ARTS FESTIVAL falls on the weekend after Labor Day every year. Save the Date!

Saturday, September 7, 2024: 10am - 7pm

Sunday, September 8, 2024: 10am - 5pm