Sticks & Stones Joins HANDMADE – A Winter Artisan Showcase Project

I’m delighted to announce that my handmade necklaces for men and women made from trees and stones are now available for purchase at HANDMADE, a winter artisan showcase project on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn New York.

Tree Branch Necklace with Smokey Quartz, Carnelian, a Glow-in-the-Dark Beetle, Wire & Glass Leaf Beads; Model Wayne Tucker

HANDMADE gallery is located at 343 Smith Street Brooklyn NY 11231

The gallery will be open through mid January 2011.

HANDMADE is a workshop gallery artist foundation project showcasing artisan work for the winter 2010. Workshop Gallery Artist Foundation is a 501.c.3 non-profit corporation. The gallery is semi-collective artisan space dedicated to the celebration of cultural expressions, transparency in our processes, the sharing of our philosophies and a welcome to others with creative ideas. The foundation was founded in 2009 to promote and facilitate the process of keeping traditional craft alive and a vibrant in our world and to encourage the interpretation and expression of such through the individual artisan. CIE is a semi-cooperative venture sponsored by WGAF so that our affiliated artist may develop skills as they create marketable products. Sales directly support the artist and the special programs which bring art into the public sphere and our communities throughout the year.

Tree Branch Necklace with Sea Glass and Glass Leaf Beads


The project is made possible through the generosity of the owners of 343 Smith Street, donors and artists.
Photo by Judith Z. Miller

Tree Branch Necklaces with Glass Leaf Beads; Model Wayne Tucker


In addition to my work created from trees and stones, on display and available for purchase are absolutely exquisite pottery, an eclectic display of handmade jewelry, along with the work of a diverse group of talented artists in a variety of media. The collection is growing daily. I’ll update this post with images of that work as soon as it becomes available.

Tree Branch Necklace with Amethyst & Glass Leaf Bead


For more information contact Workshop Gallery Artist Foundation at brooklynworkshopgallery@earthlink.net or call 718-797-9428 for hours and more information.

Connect via Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brooklyn-Workshop-Gallery/112626352108854

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About artistsoulspeaks

Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) Bio Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) is a multifaceted artist who lives in an erotic, musical, spiritual universe. As a feminist Jew who studies shamanism, she is inspired by the beauty of nature and the guiding force of her intuition as she explores the themes of connection to the Earth, spirituality, sexuality and gender. She sculpts, draws, writes, performs, photographs, and is an ecstatic dancer/percussionist/healer. Currently, under an Individual Artist Commission awarded by Arts Mid-Hudson, Zelda is developing Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), a multi-media one-person show that chronicles the joys and challenges of navigating non-binary Queerness from a childhood in the 1950s to adulthood. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson. She is also producing ZELDA’S Happenings, a series of black-light, body-painting, percussion dance parties that will produce original wearable art for a new UpState Artists Clothing Collection representing artists of the region. Zelda co-founded The Fine Line Actors Theatre in Washington DC and performed at such venues as Source, GALA Hispanic Theatre and the Kennedy Center in DC, in NYC at WOW Café Theatre and Dixon Place, at the Lace Mill and with the TMI Project in Kingston. She published in Inside Arts magazine, The Washington Post, and American Theatre magazine. Zelda currently resides at the Lace Mill artist residence in Kingston NY with her Great Dane “Z”.
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