Silver and Copper Bowl Earrings
Red hot polished copper cups cool polished silver in these ultra-modern dangling earrings. Hand-crafted, no two earrings are alike.
Earrings are approximately 3/4 inches diameter, sterling silver wires and signed on the back.
Hollow Form Pendant with Black Pearl
Brushed silver and black pearl shadowbox opens organically within a squared pendant.
Modern feminine. Simply lovely!
Approximately 1 1/2 inches high by 3/4 inches wide and 1/4 inch deep. Signed on the back. Shown here with a 16 inch silver omega necklace.
I will be in Salt Lake City this weekend showing my work at the Natural History Museum of Utah – Canyon in Salt Lake City. I’m really excited about this show, and a little nervous because I think I’m going to be driving through snow for twelve hours!
“Celebrate native arts and culture at the Natural History Museum of Utah. The Indian Art Market is a juried show featuring the work of regional native artists. Over 20 selected artists will display and sell their original work ranging from jewelry, beadwork, sculpture, painting and more. Meet the artists, learn about contemporary Indian arts and tribal culture and take home something new and unique to add to your collection.”
October 12 & 13, 2013: Indian Art Market, Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center of The University of Utah, 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah
I’m excited to be showing new designs at the 16th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market this weekend at the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott.
This is a juried show and one of the Southwest’s premier Indian-art markets.
Come visit! It would be great to see you there.
Hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday.
The Sharlot Hall Museum is located in the heart of downtown Prescott, two blocks west of the Courthouse Plaza at 415 W. Gurley Street. Admission prices are $10 for Adults (18 and over) and $8 for Museum Members (18 and over). Those aged 17 and under are free.
Another one of my “Parent and Child” pieces, this necklace is comprised of two highly polished silver and copper shadowbox beads. The copper is reddened by heating to a very high temperature, and depending on the angle and the lighting, may look purplish maroon to a deep orange red.
The beads may be worn together, or separately, allowing for three different looks.
Signed on the back. Entirely hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind.
This was the first item to sell at the Prescott Indian Art Market last weekend.
Matagi Sorensen is a Yavapai-Apache artist and jewelry designer.