Patricia Sullivan’s exquisite (and interesting) work, recently accepted for two prestigious shows in eastern US.


This past month, November, has been a whirlwind of excitement for me. Within days of each other I received word that two of my jewelry pieces have been accepted into two different international juried exhibitions. The first one is a fine contemporary craft exhibition coming up in December in North Carolina (a true epi-center lately for the East Coast U.S. craft world) and the second is a juried group show of contemporary art in northern New Jersey. Both shows received over 460+ entries worldwide, and in both cases, only 38-40 works were chosen for each event.

I feel extremely fortunate to be able to introduce a piece at each show from my new body of jewelry/metal work. The series is called “widget lockets” – pieces fabricated entirely by hand in sterling silver (this includes a handmade oval sterling chain, clasp, bail and constructed hinge), with the addition of mixed media…

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  1. Brilliant concept – replacing pictures of loved ones or locks of hair with samples of old technology. “Old technology becomes art” – Marshall McLuhan.

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