Leading up to the October opening of the Grotto Gallery, we'll be highlighting the artists whose work will be exhibited at the gallery.
Last week, in our fourth installment , we chatted with Susan Rice and Lydia Quinones.
This week we offer our fifth installment with Jewelry Maker Marty Orosz and Curlicue Artist Jules Gissler.
Originally from Virginia, Marty Orosz grew up loving horses and art, and in her work as a jewelry maker she has been able to combine her passion for both.
She then brings her sketches to fruition in her home studio, which doubles as space for both her jewelry making studio and her graphic design business.
Marty hopes her showing in the Grotto Gallery exhibit will help her reach a larger and more diverse audience with whom she can share her love of nature. The handcrafted pieces from her collection include unique pendants, earrings, and bracelets, each of which tells a story in beautiful sterling silver characterized by dimension and layers.
We're excited to have Marty's sophisticated artwork add pizzazz and a real sense of place to the gallery show.
Written by: Beth Wineland, Senior Writer & Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org