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December “Season of Sparkle” Features Jewelry from the Plains of Israel at Haystack Gallery

December “Season of Sparkle” Features Jewelry from the Plains of Israel at Haystack Gallery

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Haystack Gallery, celebrating its 34th anniversary in Cannon Beach, is featuring our jewelry “Trunk Show” for the month of December. Featured Artists will be silver jewelers living in Israel.

Roman Glass – This jewelry is the work of many talented designers at Kibbutz Revadim and is inspired by the beautiful surroundings and culture of Israel.

Their jewelry is inlaid with a fragment of Roman glass, discovered in an archaeological excavation in the Holy Land. The patina was created by chemical interaction with mineral-rich soil over the course of 2000 years.

 

Beit-Nir – This special collection of silver jewelry is the work of two talented designers inspired by the beautiful surroundings at Kibbutz Beit-Nir and by Israeli culture.

Ziva Goren was born in Israel and studied art, crafts & interior design at the Bezalel School of Arts in Jerusalem. She was one of the founders of a small workshop that grew into the Beit-Nir Jewelry factory. Sarah Salomon was born in Israel and studied art, sculpture, painting and jewelry design in Memad, one of the finest institutes in Israel.

For more than 40 years, Beit-Nir Jewelry has crafted a unique line of hand-made jewelry combining silver with gold and semi-precious stones in their studio in Kibbutz Beit-Nir in the hills of the Negev Desert.

About Haystack Gallery
A Fine Art Gallery established in 1977, Haystack Gallery displays the artwork of over 75 Northwest, national and internationally recognized artists, covering a wide range of styles including original oils, pastels, acrylics and watercolors, bronze and steel sculptures, hand-made jewelry, limited and open edition giclées and lithographs. We feature artists such as: Steve Hanks, Pino, John Ebner, Frogman, Rie Munoz, Sean Conrad, Mike Smith, Sally O’Neill & Michael Tieman.

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