Purchase jewelry inspired by the sea and flora around us, go to www.tkahres.etsy.com
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Come to BUST Craftacular Sunday Dec 6th for all your Holiday Shopping!!!
Shop for T. Kahres Jewelry and meet Teresa herself at BUSt Craftacular on Sunday, Dec. 6th at the Metropolitan Pavilion!
The event will feature live DJs, food, over 200 one-of-a kind vendors, and it will benefit the Animal Care and Control Center of NYC and City Harvest! Tickets are only $2! See below for hours and directions.
"The award-winning BUST Holiday Craftacular, a one-day shopping extravaganza, will return to New York City’s Metropolitan Pavilion on December 6, 2009. With over 200 do-it-yourself vendors from across the nation, shoppers will not only find personalized, handmade gifts for everyone on their lists, but they will truly witness the passion behind the art, making this year’s gifting even more meaningful. An affordable yet innovative alternative to holiday shopping, BUST Holiday Craftacular redefines giving as a way of life.
From knitwear and jewelry to home décor and vintage clothing, BUST Holiday Craftacular offers the best in handmade gifts and wares. Tickets will be available at the door for $2. Please see time and location details below.
Sponsors for the 2009 BUST Holiday Craftacular include: Provocraft, Modcloth, Blue Q and Joe’s Coffee."
BUST Holiday Craftacular Locations:
New York December 6, 2009 10 AM – 7:30 PM Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street
To purchase jewelry from my line,go to www.tkahres.etsy.com
Teresa Kahres has been designing her line of nature-inspired jewelry from her studio in the heart of D.U.M.B.O., Brooklyn; a stimulating community of burgeoning artists.
Although she also works as a silversmith, her love of the outdoors has steered her towards enameling, a medium that allows for the use of colors in a way that more closely captures the essence of the objects that inspire her.
The torch method enables her to manipulate these colors into fine lusters, and she often embellishes her pieces with her signature use of pearls. While her pieces, often castings of organic matter such as sea urchins, leaves, and shells, have an ethereal quality, they also possess strength and substance.
T. Kahres jewelry combines exquisite craftsmanship with the eye of a natural artist. Each piece has been meticulously crafted like a small sculpture and truly stands alone.
To buy, go to tkahres.etsy.com