Hand sewn masks by Toledo Artist, Amy Beeler
Cotton, two layer thick with steel nose wire and ties.
Amy Beeler, graduated, with a B.F.A., from Bowling Green State University, in 2000; majoring in jewelry and metalsmithing. After graduation she worked as a commercial bench jeweler for a couple big name jewelry stores, in Toledo, broadening her skills and diversifying her talents. After several years, Amy decided to make a move back to her fine art roots, and work for herself. This led to her being invited to take part in some of the largest and most prestigious art fairs and gallery exhibitions, not only in our area, but in the nation; from Massachusetts to California, with many shows in between. In 2014, a solo exhibition of her work entitled Passion and Adornment and curated by George Kingorn was held at the University of Maine Museum of Art. Most of Amy’s work is done in sterling silver, and involves the casting of seed pods; bringing the most intricate details of the pods back to life and turning them into a stunning array of award winning, fine art jewelry.
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