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Galleries and exhibits in DC


#1

I will be in DC for 5 days over Memorial Day and would love some
suggestions about exhibits and jewelry galleries. I know that the
Topkapi exhibit is there, at the Corcoran I think. BUt anything else
would be great to add to my exploration. Thanks!

Shael
dakotahdog@msn.com


#2

There is a large Viking exhibit currently at the Smithsonian Museum
of Natural History. It is supposed to have a number of jewelry items.

Also, if you can get up to Baltimore, Memorial day weekend is the
LAST weekend for Gold of the Nomads at the Walters Art Gallery. Very
nice exhibit, and worth the trip.

Elizabeth Schechter
Silverhorn Designs
6400 Baltimore National Pike
Suite #170-A, #445
Baltimore, MD 21228
410-719-8712


#3

Hello Shael This is not jewelry related, but when you’re in DC, DO NOT
MISS the National Building Museum. It’s one of the best kept
"secrets" there. Take the tour (45 min or so). It was open on
Memorial Day last year - that’s when I saw it and we went there first
before crowds began accumulating. Have a great time.

Judy in Kansas, where I’m about to go for a terribly sinful cinnamon
roll at the student dining center…mmmm, so good!

Judy M. Willingham, R.S.
Extension Associate
221 Call Hall Kansas State Univerisity
Manhattan KS 66506
(785) 532-1213 FAX (785) 532-5681


#4

Shael,

A small, but exquisite gallery that is often overlooked in DC is the
Philips.

If you have time, come out to Shepherdstown, West Virginia and visit
my gallery. It’s only about 1 1/2 hours from DC and is quite a
charming little town.

R
Riccardo Accurso
Ricco Gallery of Contemporary Art Jewelry
125 W German St /PO Box 883
Shepherdstown, WV 25443-0883


#5

Jewelers’werk Galerie Washington DC.

Contemporary jewelry, European, US, Australian, maybe even New
Zealand work.

Brian
B r i a n � A d a m N E W Z E A L A N D
E y e g l a s s W o r k s h o p s 2 0 0 0
http://www.adam.co.nz/workshops/usa2000/
http://www.adam.co.nz/workshops/australia2000/


#6

Shael Check out the Renwick Museum. It is a craft museum near the
White House. It feature a few jewelry pieces from American artist. And
a gallery called Jewelers Werk(not work) in Georgetown, near the
foggybottom metro stop.The gallery feature american and european
jewelry artist. Enjoy,
Heather