Tradition Meets Cutting Edge at the convergence of high quality art, craft, literature, music, film and food at the Lexington (Kentucky) Center, March 1-4, 2012 at Kentucky Crafted: The Market. And Georgia Made Georgia Grown LLC is honored to be invited as an out-of-state guest organization.
We’ll be hosting eight Georgia artists at Kentucky Crafted: The Market, and want to introduce each one to you in a series of blog posts beginning with Cheryl McEwen and Sarah Dunlap, Twisted Sisters Jewelry. Stop by to see them inBooth #465.
Cheryl McEwen and Sarah Dunlap say that the name of their business originates from their love of twisting wire, but those who know them aren’t overly certain… these ladies have a wicked sense of humor!
Both Cheryl and Sarah have corporate backgrounds. They are business women who create and market jewelry that makes a statement, first and foremost. And that their jewelry is distinctive, bold, and great fun to wear is the heart of their business!
They twist and hammer copper, soft aluminum, and multi-gauge wire, then add gemstones and eclectic components that are often recycled and re-purposed. This necklace, for instance, is a hammered aluminum circle with bicycle chain.
Think the piece is heavy? Nope! You can wear it (and hammered aluminum circle earrings, too) all day and not even notice.
Come to Booth #465 at the show either March 1 or 2 as a registered buyer or on March 3 or 4 during the retail days. OR, if you can’t make it to the Lexington Center, 430 W Vine St, Lexington KY, email Twisted Sisters Jewelry for a price list or to get some details about their favorite new pieces.
Sarah Dunlap & Cheryl McEwen