Members' Show & Sale dates: March 4 to April 9, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 14, 1- 4 PM
The Art Gallery of Regina's annual Members' Show & Sale features over 300 original works by more than 100 members from across the province. Showcasing the diverse media and approaches in the art practices of the Art Gallery of Regina's members, each one-of-a-kind item in the main gallery from March 4 to April 9 is for sale. Prices are accessible to anyone looking to bring more art into their lives while honouring the many years of hard work artists have invested in developing their talent and unique artistic voice.
Enjoy refreshments, conversation and art at the afternoon reception on Saturday, March 14th.
A much-anticipated event, The Art Gallery of Regina's Members' Show & Sale, is an exciting opportunity for the gallery’s members to exhibit and sell their work while supporting our programming. A portion of artwork proceeds from the Annual Members' Show & Sale supports the Art Gallery of Regina's free exhibitions and affordable workshops.
The Art Gallery of Regina is a non-profit, public gallery and a registered charity. Thank you for supporting both the Art Gallery of Regina and our members!
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13mm wide band, inside diameter 20.1mm.
38mm long x 24.2mm wide.
24" 2.1mm oxidized silver rolo chain.
11-12mm wide band, inside diameter 18.9mm.
9.6mm long x 6mm wide.
15.5mm long x 7.4mm wide.
21.5" 1.5mm oxidized silver rolo chain.
6mm wide band, inside diameter 17.7mm.
Part of the Sunday afternoon Lathe and Metal Inlays class taught by Jewellery Instructor: Terry Johnston,
at the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
During this class we were introduced to inlays and married metals including reticulating silver onto copper sheet
and fusing silver onto silver sheet.
I was really inspired and am having a lot of fun experimenting with this new technique!
I like the freedom of working with this process, the rawness and roughness of the textures.
I like how each piece is unique and organic in nature, reminding me of lava or stucco.
I have incorporated bronze squares and chunks into this rustic surface.
You can view more of this new jewellery line
on my SHOP page
in my Etsy Shop