Second Street Gallery
210 Second Street SE in Old Town, Bandon, Oregon
“Meet and Greet the Artists!”2013
Second Street Gallery announces their artist line-up for the Summer Meet and Greet the Artists Program
Free to the public, every weekend during the summer months the public is invited to see artists talking about and demonstrating their art.
Come by the gallery for a complete schedule.
Bandon Sunset by Patricia Cink
June 29 and 30—Crystal Landucci—Jewelry
July 6 and 7—Pat Cink—Painter: Watercolor on Yupo
July 13 and 14—Pat Snyder—Painter: Acrylic Collage
July 20—Michael William Ousley—Painter: Acrylics
July 27—S.L. Donaldson—Painter: Acrylics
August 3—Robert Gates—Wood Carver
August 10 and 11—Eva Subias—Swedish Hand Knits
August 17 and 18—Jewel Knapp—Remnant Purses
August 24 and 25—Jane Hardgrove—Painter: Watercolors
August 31/September 1—Alex Linke—Jewelry/Stained Glass
September 7 or September 14—J. M. and Tod Steele—Painters
Second Street Gallery Meet & Greet Features Jewelry Designer Crystal Landucci
When: Sat. & Sun. June 29 & 30, noon to 4 PM
Where: Second Street Gallery, 210 2nd St., Bandon, OR 97411
View this email in your browser
Necklace by Crystal Landucci, photo Paula Reis
Jewelry designer Crystal Landucci will be the featured artist at this month’s “Meet & Greet” at Second Street Gallery in Bandon. On Saturday and Sunday June 29th and 30th from noon to 4pm, Landucci will set up a mini-jewelry workshop in the gallery and will be working on several different pieces. One is a necklace called “Blue Nile”, another “Queen of Hearts” and a third, which features gemstone talons, is called “Dangerous”.
Landucci’s pieces incorporate hand-forged sterling silver, brass, and bronze wire and sheet metal as well as semi-precious stones and found objects such as nuts and bolts, coins, charms, teeth, game tokens, and assorted flotsam and jetsam. “I like jewelry that is entertaining and meaningful to the wearer – and, of course, it has to be beautiful too!”
Crystal is mostly self-taught but has also taken classes from Kristin Mitsu Shiga at Oregon College of Arts and Crafts in Portland and Veneta Stender and Anne Sobbota at Sage Gallery in Bandon. She was “hugely inspired” by ttending a show of Alexander Calder’s work in New York City that included many of his jewelry and circus themed pieces a few years back. Her work can be seen exclusively at Second Street Gallery in Bandon, although she will be having a show at the Bandon Library in October.
Copyright © 2013 Bandon Artworks LLC, All rights reserved.