Pearls, Ruff, Lace, Power
a solo exhibition by Sarah Holden
Opening Saturday, February 23 with a happy hour from 6-9pm
I source and celebrate imagery and histories of women that rebel against cultural expectations of how women are supposed to act. Working inside this contested space I use traditional and non-traditional craft techniques to challenge these expectations by creating a role reversal through material. If steel represents the masculine and fiber represents the feminine, how can I reverse their expected gender associations and challenge the status quo?
Happenings – Events – Exhibitions
Let’s Make something together at this years American Craft Council Show, February 23 + 24!
Explore the collection at the Walters Art Museum in our 4-week class Art History: Mining the Museum.
Add color to your metal with Anodizing! Sign up today, class starts March 6th!
The Baltimore Jewelry Center is an independent educational nonprofit organization growing a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalworking for new and established artists in Baltimore. Your tax deductible donation will directly support a student who wants to rent studio time, take a class, or sign up for a workshop.