Jewelry Pop-Up Shop

Jewelry Pop-Up ShopSaturday, December 7
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Sunday, December 8
10:00 – 4:00 PM
Find the perfect gift at this two-day boutique featuring unique, curated jewelry and works of
ornament by top artists and designers.

The Katonah Museum of Art invites jewelry lovers and holiday shoppers to explore and shop this exceptional selection, curated by Pam Levine, of jewelry by 9 of the most respected contemporary award-winning artisans, designers and craftsmen. Many of these jewelry designers have work in collections of major museums and exhibit in top galleries worldwide. The KMA Artisan Jewelry Pop Up Shop welcomes visitors to meet the artists and learn what inspires them.

Free for members, non-members free with admission.

Participating Jewelry Artists
 
Monica Castiglioni – Based in Italy, with three ateliers in Italy and Brooklyn, this international artist is recognized for her work in jewelry design and photography. Jewelry has been her great passion for more than 30 years. Working in two different mediums, bronze and 3-D printing, her style is characterized by the modularity of her jewels, which can be combined in infinite ways.
Erica Rosenfeld – Erica Rosenfeld lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Embracing the cultural histories of glassmaking, cooking and crafting, her work celebrates community-centric, obsessive, labor-intensive ritual. Inspired by mid-century modern and turn-of-the-century Viennese design, Erica’s jewelry is made from multiple traditional glass processes including blowing, carving and cold-working. Every piece is a limited edition and is made in 6-month runs. Her work is held in private and public collections nationally and has been featured in exhibitions at the Heller Gallery, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, and many more.
Stacey Lee Webber – Philadelphia-based studio jeweler and metalsmith, Webber’s highly regarded work is in several permanent museum collections. Often described as meticulous, she pushes the boundaries of everyday recognizable objects to the point of unidentifiable with a sense of whimsy and the element of surprise.
Ashley Buchanan – Atlanta-based jewelry artist Ashley Buchman’s powder-coated metal jewelry explores image, pattern and decoration in order to reference ornamentation and historical jewelry. Ashley’s goal is to create wearable works of art that push the boundaries of jewelry, while maintaining a clean, contemporary aesthetic.
Margoni Collection – Mary Margoni and Yannis Mandilakis from Thessaloniki, Greece engage in the design and creation of unique hand-made gems and jewelry. They combine gold, silver and precious or semi-precious gemstones which result in beautiful and innovative forms of colorful jewelry. 
Shana Gulati – Born in India and raised in Queens New York, Shana is a lawyer turned jewelry designer. Her contemporary and highly original pieces are carefully crafted. Each hypoallergenic piece is made with fine materials, careful workmanship, and semi-precious and precious stones.
Lori Weitzner – A noted author and internationally renowned for her contributions to the world of textiles, wallcoverings, rugs, passementerie and other products for interiors, Weitzner launched her first collection of textile infused jewelry and accessories in 2018 under her own name. Each piece, uniquely handmade, has allowed Weitzner to help preserve the work of the craftsman in the modern world. 
Heather Guidero – A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Heather primarily uses recycled sterling silver and gold along with ethically sourced gemstones, accented with her custom textures and patinas, to provide greater contrast between materials and to accentuate the graphic nature of the designs. These materials and techniques also emphasize the geometry and composition of each piece. Her work can be found at the Museum of Arts and Design, the American Craft Council Show, NY Now Handmade Designer/Maker and numerous jewelry galleries.
Vaubel – Thirty-seven years ago, Steve and Anita Vaubel were invited to exhibit their first jewelry collection at the Robert Lee Morris SoHo Gallery. Around the same time, they started preparing runway collections for Donna Karen, Anne Klein, Bill Blass and other major New York fashion houses, catching the attention of their current and long standing clientele including Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as many cultural icons including Oprah Winfrey, Bette Midler, Martha Stuart, Katie Couric, Cate Blanchett, and Diane Sawyer. The couple’s distinctive jewelry is made with 14K green-gold or 18K yellow-gold plate and each piece is hand-made and designed in their Brooklyn workshop.