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Benefit Trunk Show
at the home of Judy Gordon
May 20 - 21, 2011

& Saturday, May 21, 11am

JOIN US:  A sale of artist-made jewelry and clothing from across the country, 10% of sales will benefit Women & Their Work.

Benefit Trunk Show at the home of Judy Gordon
Friday, May 20, 1-5pm & Saturday, May 21, 11-5pm.
36 Pascal Lane in Westlake Hills
Please keep this gate code for entry: 55190.
Please park on even numbered side of the street.

Ford/Forlano, Philadelphia
In seed clusters, shell formations, and flower buds, for instance, there are carefully organized parts which are arranged beautifully and made up of numerous, seemingly identical, but unique units. These exquisite structures lead us into new ways of envisioning a necklace, for example, both three-dimen- sionally and texturally.

Valerie Hector, Wilmette, Illinois
Valerie Hector opened her jewelry studio on January 1, 1988. Since then she has designed and fabricated hundreds of beaded bracelets, earrings, necklaces and brooches in a wide variety of styles, colors, and price ranges. She has exhibited at the finest juried American craft shows and her work has been published in prominent books and magazines. She is also the author of the book, The Art of Beadwork.

Biba Schutz, New York
Schultz has exhibited at Craft Fairs including: Smithsonian Craft Show, Philadelphia Museum Craft Show, Evanston Craft Show, CRAFTS at the CASTLE, Crafts Boston, American Craft Council Show, Origin-London, England.

Chris Triola, Lansing, Michigan
"The clothes I design are clothes for creative women. They're 'doing' clothes... things to wear when you're writing, buying, selling, making, driving, thinking... and they don't impose. You shouldn't even know they're there."

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Chris Triola, Lansing

Biba Schutz, New York

Valerie Hector, Seattle

Ford/Forlano, Philadelphia