Made With Love 2013

Postcard image for the Made with Love metal art exhibition at Many Hands Gallery in Capitola California

MBMAG presents Made With Love

The third annual exhibition of art in celebration of Valentine’s Day at

Many Hands Gallery in Capitola.

A fabulous collection of jewelry and small sculpture from the artist of the Monterey Bay Area.

Exhibition dates:   February 1 – 28, 2013
Artists Reception February 17, 2013 from 2 to 4 PM

Many Hands Gallery
510 Bay Avenue
Capitola CA 95010

831.475.2500

Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM daily

Many Hands Gallery, Capitola
Many Hands Gallery, Capitola

Call for Artists – Made with Love 2013

Shell pendant made  Jerry Blanchard

                                                           The Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild

Shell pendant made  Jerry Blanchard

announces a call for artists to exhibit in

Made with Love

Metal Arts of the Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild is pleased to present its third annual “Made with Love” exhibition at the Many Hands Gallery in Capitola February 1 – February 28, 2013

You are invited to participate in this very successful event. We will accept up to two pieces from each artist. The theme and the title of the show are “Made with Love”. Continue reading “Call for Artists – Made with Love 2013”

Moments in Metal – Gallery

Expressions in Metal – Oct 24- Dec 11, 2008

Expressions in Metal
Expressions in Metal

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Expressions in Metal
Pacific Grove Art Center, Fall 2008

THE PACIFIC GROVE ART CENTER presents Expressions in Metal:
New Work 45 members of the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild (MBMAG), from October 24 to December 11, 2008

On exhibit will be members’ recent work in media that ranges from high-karat gold to found objects and reflecting the diversity of the group with everything from sculpture to fine jewelry, including tea pots, containers and flatware.

Please join us at the Opening Reception
October 24th from 7 to 9 PM at the Pacific Grove Art Center.

Pacific Grove Art Center
568 Lighthouse Avenur
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Telephone: 831- 375-2208
online at: PGArtCenter.org

Metals in Motion – March 2, 2008

Metals in Motion front of the postcard featuring metal art jewelry and sculpture

The Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild and the Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California present:

Back of the Metals in Motion exhibition postcard for the Collector's Gallery at the Oakland Museum of California
Participating metal artists

Metals in Motion

A showcase of unique work over 50 outstanding jewelers and metal artists from Big Sur to Santa Cruz on display from March 2 – April 20, 2008

Reception March 8, 2008, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; preceded artist talk from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m

Treat yourself to a unique experience viewing the work of over 50 studio jewelers, metal artists and sculptors of the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild. Talented artists from Big Sur to Santa Cruz showcase their work in “Metals in Motion” at the Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California. The special exhibit and sale runs from March 2, 2008 through April 20, 2008. More than 100 handcrafted one-of-a-kind pieces of great diversity are on display.

Featured pieces imply movement either through kinetic mechanisms or imagery; artists let their imaginations come alive in high-karat gold, silver, steel, copper, or brass to realize their personal interpretation of the theme. Techniques range from traditional gold- and silver-smithing, forging, casting, enameling, to mokume gane which translates as “wood grain metal”-– a Japanese metal lamination technique, mastered only a few U.S. artists. The main focus of the show is art jewelry but visitors will also find an array of outstanding metal art objects and sculptures.

The Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California is located at 1000 Oak Street, in Oakland. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The opening reception is on March 8, 2008 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The reception will be preceded an artist talk from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. during which nationally recognized members of the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild will discuss their work.

Admission is free.

“Your Move” Mokume Gane Chess Set Earl Bushey on display at the Collector’s Gallery in Oakland CA

About the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild:
The MBMAG is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging an environment of education, networking, and community interaction, as well as support and general camaraderie for artists working in metal. Its members include nationally recognized metal artists.

About the Collectors Gallery: The Collectors Gallery is operated the Oakland Museum Women’s Board, a volunteer fundraising organization. The Women’s Board donates all profits from the gallery to the Art Acquisition fund of the Oakland Museum of California. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Further information: http://www.museumca.org/shop/gallery.html

Phone: 1- 510-834-2296

Metals In Motion Opens Opens March 2, 2008

Metals In Motion

 









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Media contact: Sherry Cordova; Exhibit Coordinator, Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild
Phone: 408.732.3641 email: mim@mbmag.org

The Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild and the Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California present:

Metals in Motion

A showcase of unique work over 50 outstanding jewelers and metal artists from Big Sur to Santa Cruz on display from March 2 – April 20, 2008

Reception March 8, 2008, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; preceded artist talk from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m

Santa Cruz, CA – December 17, 2007 – Treat yourself to a unique experience viewing the work of over 50 studio jewelers, metal artists and sculptors of the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild. Talented artists from Big Sur to Santa Cruz showcase their work in “Metals in Motion” at the Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California. The special exhibit and sale runs from March 2, 2008 through April 20, 2008. More than 100 handcrafted one-of-a-kind pieces of great diversity are on display.

Featured pieces imply movement either through kinetic mechanisms or imagery; artists let their imaginations come alive in high-karat gold, silver, steel, copper, or brass to realize their personal interpretation of the theme. Techniques range from traditional gold- and silver-smithing, forging, casting, enameling, to mokume gane which translates as “wood grain metal”-– a Japanese metal lamination technique, mastered only a few U.S. artists. The main focus of the show is art jewelry but visitors will also find an array of outstanding metal art objects and sculptures.

The Collectors Gallery of the Oakland Museum of California is located at 1000 Oak Street, in Oakland. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The opening reception is on March 8, 2008 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The reception will be preceded an artist talk from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. during which nationally recognized members of the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild will discuss their work.

Admission is free.

About the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild:
The MBMAG is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging an environment of education, networking, and community interaction, as well as support and general camaraderie for artists working in metal. Its members include nationally recognized metal artists.

Further information, visit: MBMAG.org

About the Collectors Gallery: The Collectors Gallery is operated the Oakland Museum Women’s Board, a volunteer fundraising organization. The Women’s Board donates all profits from the gallery to the Art Acquisition fund of the Oakland Museum of California. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Further information: http://www.museumca.org/shop/gallery.html

Phone: 1- 510-834-2296

Digital pictures available on request.

Call for Entries: Lark Books

500 Pendants & Lockets

Elizabeth Shypertt & Mike Holmes, Jurors

Lark Books is accepting entries for 500 Pendants & Lockets.

We seek high-quality images of contemporary studio jewelry handmade artists from around the globe. All suspended ornaments, from the symbolic and purposeful (amulets, talismans, and charms) to the purely decorative will be considered. Diverse materials, techniques, and styles desired.

To be released in the spring of 2008, this book aims to showcase a breathtaking collection that will inspire beginning and professional jewelers alike, as well as delight collectors, scholars, and jewelry enthusiasts.

To be considered for inclusion, please submit high-quality transparencies, slides, or digital images with entry forms. Artists whose work is selected will receive full acknowledgment within the book, a complimentary copy, and discounts on the purchase of additional books.

Artists retain copyright of their work. There is no entry fee. Entries must be postmarked May 1, 2007. Guidelines & entry forms now available.

On the web: http://www.larkbooks.com/submissions/ArtistEntryForm-500Locket.asp


Via e-mail: info@larkbooks.com

MBMAG at the Collector’s Gallery of the Oakland Museum

Windows of the Collector's Gallery at the CA Museum of Oakland

The Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild exhibit “Imaginations in Metal” at The Collector’s Gallery of the Oakland Museum is a strong representation of the talents and versatility of the Guild membership. There are dramatic sculptural pieces, and an impressive variety of beautifully crafted jewelry. The show runs from Feb 4, 2007 – March 4, 2007.

Prior to the well attended opening reception, Rose Sellery, Wendy Ballen and Angela Gleason gave presentations in the lecture hall. We are fortunate to have such eloquent and inspiring Guild members. These three women, who spoke about their process and their influences, are the embodiment of the sharing and educational goals that are the foundation of the Guild Mission Statement.

The Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild is a group of talented artists and this show at the Collector’s Gallery of the Oakland Museum represents that.

Ina Hohensee, Theresa Lovering Brown, and Barbara Banducci, along with many others, worked hard to organize this exhibit and the administrators of the Collector’s Gallery were very impressed with our professionalism. We have been invited to return.