Peggy Foy jewelry, it gets around, huh? :) This month I have work in two exhibits around the Seattle area. There’s the Seattle Metals Guild Biennial Exhibition at the Washington State Convention Center, on display through June 21st. I have a new necklace, “Paging Wednesday Addams,” on view – a lacy gothic choker in dark silver, smokey […]
It’s official: of the seven applications I completed last month (for various art shows, craft fairs, and one curator’s proposal for 2011), six were accepted. Urban Craft Uprising was the only one to turn me down, and I received word today that I’ll be in the West Seattle Summer Fair instead. (quiet squee) Mostly, these […]
*Gasp* “Dear Artist, Thank you for submitting your work to the 2010 Edmonds Arts Festival Juried Gallery. Each year blah blah blah carefully selected jurors blah blah blah always challenging to choose from so many blah de blah. Your work was juried with the following results: Silver Cuff Bracelet………..Accepted Ammonite Necklace………Accepted Champlevé Hatpin Series..Accepted Instructions […]
And more news: Friday, I heard back from a juried show I applied to a few weeks ago: I was accepted! I’m stunned! I figured this was yet another “practice” submission and that I was throwing my application fee away. Holy crap, they liked it! The show is the Northern California Enamel Guild’s 10th International […]
Finished this today: Imperial Zircon in sterling silver, 1.5″ diameter. Tomorrow is a photo day; taking “real” pics of the above (ie ones that don’t suck) and a few others. More news & stuff.
I am in love with the work I am making. I am utterly in love with my shop. I love that I can stay up and keep working, all night if I have to or want to, or just until I run out of gas. I’m on a short dinner break; a fresh pot of […]
The majority of the penguins were sold tonight by silent auction at the Greenwood Collective’s artwalk. My Professor Herringbone was a hit! I’m so delighted! The bidding was fast and furious as 5 different bidders ratcheted the price higher and higher, before a 6th bidder plunked down the “buy-it-now” price (more than twice the previous […]
Dear Friends, As many of you know, I recently made the transition to working full time as a studio artist, and as an inaugural studio project I participated in “Penguins On The March,” a public art project to benefit Woodland Park Zoo’s newly renovated penguin exhibit. Similar to Seattle’s ‘Pigs On Parade’ exhibit, participating artists […]