Also featured at the show will be the Fashion Photography skills of Keith Deringer and Sports Cars by car restoration specialist Ken Knehr.
1601 W Main Street
Sylvie Harwin is a California artist who works in anodized aluminum-
a colorization process converting silver aluminum into multiple colors
through electrolysis. Sylvie makes a widely distributed line of “high tech”
jewelry that has been seen in many films such as Star Trek. Her work is in
private collections throughout the United States.
Jim and Tori Mullan of Mullanium work using recycled metal parts to create jewelry with organic plant and animal themes. The couple combined their individual talents and formed a partnership in work and life. Their fascination with birds, nature, and antiques is still present today and their vast collection of vintage hardware, bird carvings, and watches fill up a 3300 square foot studio in Pompano Beach, Florida. Jim and Tori’s collections can be found in over 1,000 galleries, museum stores and specialty stores worldwide.
John Teal Crutchfield of Metallic Art Graphics works using a unique graphics art technique which he applies to a high quality brass base and casts in a durable clear fiberglass encasement. The purpose of his designs is to evoke the inner desires of one wishing to escape from the present to explore the past civilizations of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Persia. To achieve these results, John draws on his influences from his studies in Europe. His work has been photographed, written about, and showcased in several galleries including the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York and the Artemis Gallery in Richmond, VA.
The show will take place at
1601 W Main Street
June 7th, 2013
A Unique Gallery of Handcrafted Arts and Crafts located in Richmond Virginia's Historic Fan District. Owned and operated by John Teal Crutchfield of Metallic Art Graphics, Artemis actively participates in Richmond's First Friday Art Walks and hosts a variety of individual events.