Sticks & Stones artist Judith Z. Miller Showing at Brooklyn Holiday Fair – December 18 & 19 – Brooklyn NY

The (Makers) Market

I’ve sequestered myself for the past several weeks, cutting branches, carving, sanding and creating some really cool necklaces made from trees and stones – they’re primal, very powerful. I’ve been walking around Brooklyn searching for broken tree branches, and it’ a true joy for me to cut one down and transform it into a piece of wearable art.

Carved Tree Branch & Amethyst Necklace

Yes, my eyes have been searching the trees, walking around all bundled up with my saw in hand, and I’m into the wee hours of the morning preparing for next weekends’ upcoming Holiday Handmade Crafts Fair. It’s going to be a really great show at The (Makers) Market in Brooklyn at the Old American Can Factory, located right near Staples at 232 Third Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

This curated market will feature all handmade items, food, drink, music – and on Sunday it will include the local Farmers Market. I’m honored and excited to have my work included!

Onyx, Beachglass & Stering Silver Necklace with Carved Tree Branch

I’ll be showing my pendants, necklaces and earrings, made from both natural and manmade materials, along with artwork prints and tree carvings.

"Golden Fingers" © 2009 Judith Z. Miller

Pendant made Beach Glass, Leaf Glass Beads, Sterling Silver Wire Mounted on a US Quarter, Pressed down by a Railroad Car

To bring bling and brightness to your holidays, I’m showing new pieces featuring rhinestones, sequins, feathers and sterling silver. They make fun and reasonably priced gifts.

Rhinestone, Sequin, Feather & Sterling Silver Pendant

I love working with these powerful and beautiful minerals and chrystals, and I can’t wait to see them adorning some fabulous women!

Kyanite & Sterling Silver Necklace


But keep in mind that many of the wearable pieces I create look great on men too – they are very masculine and sexy!

Necklace made from 500 Year old Jewish Beades and African Tassels

In addition to the Sunday Farmers Market, the show will include:

MATERIALS
Metals · Botanicals · Ceramics · Paper · Leather · Glass · Fiber · Wood · Synthetics · Sugar

PRODUCTS
Tabletop · Homeware · Accessories · Jewelry · Tiles · Furniture · Skincare · Perfumes · Stationary

EVENTS
Raffle · Demos · Bar · Music

The neighborhood is a great destination wonderful restaurants music venues, and boutiques.

Please bring your friends and stop by to say hello!

Photo by Robert Herman - at BWAC Pier Show, May 2010

Judith Z. Miller with "AfterGlow" Tree Trunk & Root, Mosaic & Chrystals and "Trans-Fromation" Mask from Tree Trunk with Abalone Shell, surrounded by Neckace made from Pennies, Glass Beads & Sterling Silver


Support your local living artist … Me! 🙂

Click here for a brief video of me talking about my artwork

Click here to see more images of my artwork

Click here to purchase prints & greeting cards

wondering about my artwork and why I do what I do? Click here to read the Featured Member Artist Fractured Atlas blog

Click here for The (Makers) Market website

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About artistsoulspeaks

Judith Z. Miller, aka "Zelda," lives in an erotic, musical, spiritual universe; she writes as a way of coping with its beauty, sensuality, frustrations and ecstasies. In NYC, she has read at events sponsored by organizations such as Nehirim, Zeek Magazine, Essentuality, and at venues such as Blue Stockings, The Jewish Community Center, Wow Café Theatre - and late at night to her girlfriends in bed. She published in Inside Arts magazine, The Washington Post, and American Theatre magazine. Judith was trained as an actress in Washington DC, co-founded The Fine Line Actors Theatre, acted in numerous productions, created original performance material and was awarded an NEA Arts Management Fellowship in Theatre. Judith is a self-trained visual artist who is inspired by the beauty of nature and the guiding force of her intuition. She draws and creates primal sculpture and wearable art from trees, stones and found objects, which she fashions into ritual staffs, wearable amulets, and employs in healing rituals. She was profiled in The Daily News; the subject of feature articles in Mann About Town magazine, Home News Tribune, In Brooklyn, The Park Slope Paper, The Wave, and The Daily Sitka Sentinel, and featured on NY-1 Television. In 2008 her paper “Sometimes a Tree Isn’t Just a Tree,” was read at the First International LSP-and Translation Studies Oriented Textual Analysis conference at Chouaib Doukkali University, El Jadida, Morocco. Judith was the founder and director of ZAMO! representing a multi-cultural mix of world-class GRAMMY® nominated and JUNO ® award-winning performing artists for over 20 years. She taught self-promotion for performers, presented by organizations such as The Field, The Red Tent Women’s Project and the Brooklyn Arts Counsel. She was the Chief Rhythm officer of Microfundo, a crowdfunding platform supporting musicians worldwide. She was a 2011 British Airways Face-to-Face Opportunity contest winner traveling to Thailand where she met with indigenous woodcarvers and shaman. A healing ritual artist, she created Zelda's Body Breathing Healing System (TM), and offers private sessions and workshops. Judith (Zelda) resides in Port Henry New York.
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2 Responses to Sticks & Stones artist Judith Z. Miller Showing at Brooklyn Holiday Fair – December 18 & 19 – Brooklyn NY

  1. such a very pretty stone! i loved this necklace. i gave it as a gift to my husbands dad girlfriend, who’s a vet and had taken great care of our dog after his skull was shattered, and it was “from rocky” (our dog)…she absolutely loved it and said “it’s perfect and it goes with SO much of my jewelry”:] thanks

  2. Janelle says:

    No meu caso, a que mais aprecio é a transmissão do gosto e estímulo pelo pensamento sem a menor dooPoinaçãu.trr isso é que é sempre perigoso ter-se demasiadas certezas ou combates em trincheiras pequeninas.

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