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Friday, September 27, 2013

Vermont Jewelry Artist Stacy Hopkins in International Exhibition

Posted By on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 12:16 PM

So many goings-on with Vermont artists, so little time to note them. I've been stockpiling news and announcements all week and now it's time to let them fly. Here's the first one.

White River Junction jeweler and Scavenger Gallery owner Stacy Hopkins was one of five designers chosen by Amusingold to show her work (pictured right) during the recent Milan Fashion Week.

Amusingold.com, "the independent jewellery spy," has a series called the Jewelry House, in conjunction with Italian Vogue Jewelry. Hopkins' bronze and citrine work can be seen on it currently — about which the site has this to say: Dalla biologia alla gioielleria contemporanea. La vita animale in versione metal.

Right on. Hopkins' nature-inspired work can also be seen at her gallery, as well as in a house exhibit she'll share with fellow Upper Valley artists Ria Blass and Jenny Lynn Hall this Sunday, September 29, in Lyme, N.H. For more info about that, contact Hopkins at the gallery, 295-0808.

 

 

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