post-trunk show

Virginia Galvan (pictured below next to her work) and I had a wonderful trunk show.

I was honored to show my work at
Cozbi's shop (images above, below and a nice blog about the shop at Allyn Howard's Blipadee), one of my most favorite spots in NYC, and blessed with lots of help from dear Sean (who took many of these pictures) and even little Magnoliagirl, who made friends left and right! The whole thing inspired me to make more pieces and do more jewelry shows . . .

Cozbi and Amanda

One of Cozbi's amazing dolls.

Beautiful bibs, quilts and pillows...and some lovely dresses, for little ones.

Cozbi's multitalented hands.

A Southern Magnolia pod.

Ladies wearing their Pixie Petals:

Roxanne (oval painted wood/silver lariat)

Maggie (silver/wood lariat)

Evelyn (gold and sea urchin earrings)

Maggie (double B/W Venetian glass bead lariat)

Marika (triple teardrop lariat with carnelion and chalcedony)

Cindy and her mom Charl (Silver circle earrings with smokey quartz + Blown glass and LED earrings)

Monique (Vintage bead with silver lariat)

kbe with a sleepy mme (Large brown felted wool bead with silver).
Damijan Saccio took many lovely photos as well, here are a few:


pre-trunk show

Here are some of the new pieces I am getting ready for tomorrow's Trunk Show at the wonderful Cozbi in Brooklyn:

Virginia Galvan will also be selling her amazing organic forms: silver and vermeil leaves and flowers on beautiful cords for necklaces, and as earrings. See flyer: