In the early decades of the twentieth century, jewelry makers in Great Britain, on the Continent, and in the United States created alternative styles to mainstream jewelry. In some countries, women became jewelry designers and fabricators in their own right – in others, they became the jewelry artist’s muse. Ms. Karlin will provide an overview of the Maker & Muse exhibition and discuss the impact of women on the art jewelry movement. A catalogue signing will follow the lecture. Free admission to this lecture is funded by The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation.
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