Handcrafted Jewelry and Wearable Art by Jenne Rayburn joins the Sign of the Dove at the Burlington Mall. The Sign of the Dove was founded in 1972 by a small group of artists and is the oldest artist cooperative in New England. Local handmade jewelry is available at the gallery at the Burlington Mall.
Jenne Rayburn will feature her new collection of handcrafted jewelry at the artisans’ market in Lexington, MA.
The Lexington Arts and Crafts Society’s annual artisans market opens Saturday, July 26, and runs through August 17.
I am pleased to announce that Jenne Rayburn is having a Spring Trunk Show, Hosted by Rhiannon Hayes, in Fort Point, Boston, Massachusetts, Saturday June 7th, from noon to 5pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for event details.
I am pleased to announce that Jenne Rayburn is having a Spring Trunk Show during the Fort Point Arts Community Spring Open Studios in Boston, Massachusetts, Mother’s Day Week-end, Friday, May 9th from 4-7 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, May 10th and 11th, from noon to 5pm. The Trunk Show will be in the Artist’s Group Space at 319 A Street, Boston, MA.
Thank you to all who stopped by my booth at the Lexington Society of Arts and Crafts this past Saturday and Sunday for the 2014 Lexington Open Studios Week-end. It was a pleasure to meet you!
I was thrilled when Lorrie DiCesare, Owner of the Hourglass Art and Gift Gallery, asked if I could design an exclusive piece of jewelry just for their new website. Hourglass is located at 458 Main Street, Melrose, Massachusetts 02176. The new website will be up soon! Here is a sneak peek at the hammered sterling silver earrings and pendant, with pearl drops. Available exclusively at the Hourglass Gallery store and online.
Current Exhibitions – Jewel Tones, A Metalworkers and Weavers Exhibit in Lexington, MA from March 22nd through April 6th.
Sunday, March 23th, 12 PM – 5 PM, Gallery Opening, Hosted by the Metalworkers Guild, at The Lexington Society of Arts and Crafts
Many of my designs are two-dimensional graphic interpretations of the world around me, cut from metal sheet and then hammered. This involves using a saw frame with a very fine blade to cut out intricate shapes, such as the animals and symbols featured in the Ark Collection of necklaces, earrings and bracelets.
For many goldsmiths and jewelry designers, both professional and amateur, the annual Tucson Gem Show held in January and February is the ultimate buying and networking event of the year. After hearing about it for years, I finally decided to see it for myself. Fortunately, my dear friend Cori Dantini agreed to join me, which made it all work AND all play. Thanks Cori!