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Chemers Gallery New Art – January / February 2017

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New ART

Amanda Fish
Kay Flierl
Melissa Graves Brown
Pete Roberts
John Sawyer
 Susan Weinstein

New CRAFT

Maria Counts
Mary Hammond
Maruca Design

New JEWELRY

Ayala Bar
Barbara Lanci
Monique Selwitz

Chemers Gallery New Art – December 2016 / January 2017

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New ART

Lorraine Bubar
Suzanne Currie
Deborah Harold
Bonnie Holmes
Jennie Milner
Gerald Schwartz
Susan Weinstein
Jim Wodark

New CRAFT

Bill Bahret
Maria Counts
Doris Greider
Mary Hammond
Robert Held
Susan Horton
Maruca
Lisa Mertins
Karl Tani

New JEWELRY

Michelene Berkey
Jennie Milner
Elizabeth Nadler
Merry Wennerberg
Yed Omi

Chemers Gallery New Art – November 2016

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New ART

Kim VanDerHoek
Kim VanDerHoek contemporary abstract painting

New CRAFT

Houston Llew
Houston Llew Spiritile
Maruca
Maruca handbags
Beth Marx
mbe107

New JEWELRY

Ayala Bar
Ayala Bar Fall Winter 2016 collection
J & I
J & I jewelry
Elizabeth Nadler
Elizabeth Nadler Spirited Muse jewelry
Eva Stone
Eva Stone contemporary jewelry

Chemers Gallery New Art – July 2016

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New ART

Deborah Harold
Deborah Harold contemporary coastal oil painting
Shannon Richardson
Shannon Richardson contemporary portrait oil painting
Janine Salzman
Janine Salzman contemporary coastal oil painting
Kim VanDerHoek
Kim VanDerHoek contemporary oil painting LA River

New CRAFT

Maria Counts
Maria Counts ceramic box
Leona Hawks
Leona Hawks fused glass dish
Houston Llew
Houston Llew Spiritile copper and enamel
Lisa Mertins
Lisa Mertins ceramic sculpture
David Van Noppen
David Van Noppen blown glass

New JEWELRY

Ayala Bar
Ayala Bar fall/winter 2016 collection new jewelry
Kozakh
Kozakh contemporary minimalist jewelry

New Art at Chemers Gallery – July 2016

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New ART

Deborah Harold
Deborah Harold contemporary seascape oil painting
Stacy Innerst
Stacy Innerst illustration, Bob Dylan
J. C. Milner
JC Milner mixed media wall sculpture
Pete Roberts
Pete Roberts contemporary watercolor
Gerald Schwartz
Gerald Schwartz contemporary landscape oil painting

New CRAFT

Michael Evans
Michael Evans turned wood bowl cork oak

New JEWELRY

Ayala Bar

Ayala Bar Fall/Winter 2016 collection jewelry

Karen’s first Photoshop!

J.C. Milner
JC Milner jewelry
Laurette O’Neil
Laurette O'Neil sterling silver jewelry
Eva Stone
Eva Stone contemporary Polish jewelry

New Art at Chemers Gallery, March

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New ART

Kristina Swarner
Kristina Swarner original mixed media illustration
Emily Van Horn
Emily Van Horn acrylic on paper contemporary painting

New JEWELRY

Konplott
Konplott earrings
Martha Sullivan
Martha Sullivan contemporary silver jewelry
Tokyo Bay
Tokyo Bay watch

New CRAFT

Maria Counts
Maria Counts ceramic sculpture
Richard Jones
Richard Jones Studio Paran contemporary glass
Houston Llew
Houston Llew Spiritile

New Art at Chemers Gallery, February/March

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New ART

Diana Stetson
Diana Stetson mixed media monotype print

New JEWELRY

Kozakh
Kozakh handmade jewelry
Yed Omi
Yed Omi handmade jewelry

New CRAFT

Maria Counts
Maria Counts ceramics
Robert Held
Robert Held glass paperweight
Susan Horton
Susan Horton woven scarf
Seeka
Seeka Mezuzah
Spiritiles by Houston Llew
Spiritile by Houston Llew

The Amazing Ayala Bar!

Ayala Bar Fall Winter 2015

In typical dramatic flair, Ayala Bar has unveiled her newest line of limited edition necklaces, earrings and bracelets and we couldn’t be ore excited! Every 6 months, we anxiously await the change of the seasons to see what this talented Israeli designer has created. The Fall/Winter collection is here and wow, it’s a stunner!

Ayala began creating what would become her signature jewelry style in the 1980’s. Although she studied art, her education didn’t include metalsmithing or jewelry design. Instead she taught herself the art of “matchmaking” and began creating wearable collages that were reminiscent of Byzantine mosaics. As time went on, Ayala’s style evolved to incorporate seasonal colors and fashion influences.

Still Waters necklace by Ayala Bar

Still Waters necklace by Ayala Bar

The artist’s primary source of inspiration stems from the unorthodox materials she uses. Ayala is a pro at using unexpected materials and pairing them in unique ways! Everything from beads, mineral stones and crushed glass to fall leaves, wood and fabrics from around the world finds a home in her glimmering, shimmering creations.

Ocean Blue bracelet by Ayala Bar

Ocean Blue bracelet by Ayala Bar

Colors this season capture the playful rays of late summer sun, the shift and shortening of days into autumn and the richness and glitz of early winter. Teal pairs effortlessly with turquoise and purple in the Aqua collection. Rich bronze, plum and gold shimmer together in the Ocean Blue color way. Motifs of flowers, leaves and pure pattern feature under cut glass and merge with Ayala’s other materials to tell a complete story. And who could forget her newer style of delicate silver filigree paired with just a hint of color? We are in L-O-V-E!

Run, don’t walk, into Chemers Gallery to view these stunning new creations in person! We promise, you won’t be disappointed!