Jewelry is a small art form with big significance. Whether it is a wedding ring symbolizing love, a figurative design representing something meaningful to the wearer, or a unique gem which declares “I am one of a kind,” jewelry expresses our loves and our sense of self. It often commemorates significant moments in our lives, and treasured pieces of jewelry are handed down through generations. Techniques for making jewelry vary from the complex to the simple. Traditional fabrication methods include sawing, forming & soldering sheets of metal or sculpting from a block of wax. At its highest level, jewelry art requires tremendous technical skill as well as thoughtful design. From Kirk Milette’s rare abalone pearls in whimsical designs to Marita Holton’s delightful crowns, jewelers at the Sawdust offer adornments for all.
The Sawdust Art Festival features over 200 eclectic artists. Come check out their wonderful works on display. The artists featured below work with the Jewelry medium.
Sawdust Art Festival
- Open Daily —Friday, June 28 through Sunday, September 1, 2019 from 10am to 10pm
- 200 Artists —Three stages of live music and entertainment. Art classes and daily demonstrations. Glassblowing. Hands-on pottery wheel. Craft beer and wine. Outdoor eateries and cafes.
- Location —Located outdoors in in a cool three-acre eucalyptus grove in the heart of Laguna Beach, Sawdust Art Festival features a picturesque and eclectic hand-built village featuring the fine art and craft of over 200 local artists and makers.