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Please contact me if you'd like to see my work in person - this is a productive time while I work on commissions and explore the use of the diverse natural materials I've culled from the local and east coast areas. Buckets of shells are a daily inspiration.

My Handmade Sterling Silver collection debuted at the Carlisle showroom in New York City. This limited edition is sold out.

May 2017 - Delighted to show a selection of eggshell jewelry in the beautiful Wave Hill shop as a complement to the Avifauna: Birds + Habitat show. 

May 2016 - I was honored to be part of the group "FLOW" show at Nave Gallery in Somerville, MA (image below).  This juried exhibition included recent work of mine exploring sea and sky.

 

 

January 2016 - Joint exhibition"Elaborative Perennials" October 22, 2015 -January 17, 2016 for the Van Vleck House and Gardens' inaugural exhibition, with Matt Meyer, curated by Deborah Zafman, ph.d. We were pleased to participate in a lively artists' talk, and a private tour for an art, architecture and design group.

 

Please contact me for a price list of pieces that are available, and if you'd like to visit the studio - there is lots of work in progress. Selected smaller work is available at Saatchi Art.  Selected jewelry can be found at Etsy, in my shop JLongworthArtjewelry Each piece is one-of-a-kind, and made with eggshells and seashells from around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2015 - Photographer Joan Horrocks, silversmith Aubrey Meyer and I were thrilled to exhibit our work for three days in August at the CapeAbilties Farm to Table Gallery in Chatham, MA, with part of sales proceeds benefitting CapeAbilities, a unique and wonderful organization helping those with disabilities lead productive and fullfilling lives.  Thanks to our friends and Chatham Wine for their generous donation of wines for our reception.

Spring 2015 - I loved seeing friends and making new ones at Ventimiglia Winery's gallery in beautiful Sussex County this past winter 2014-2015.  The winemaking process and the vineyard with its surrounding woodlands inspired the small scale pieces in the show.

Summer 2014 - Thanks to all who visited and supported my 2014 summer show at Parlor East Village. With your help we were able to send 10% of sales proceeds to Alpha Workshops, the country's only institution devoted to helping and teaching people with HIV/AIDS to work in the decorative arts. I enjoyed having a chance to talk about my work in this interview posted by Parlor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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