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Studio Collection: One Artist, Three Distinct Styles

Suzanne Evon Studio Collection

Fine Jewelry by Suzanne Q Evon

June 16-July 31

Suzanne distinct styles

Studio Collection: One Artist, Three Distinct Styles

Fine Jewelry by Suzanne Q Evon

June 16-July 31

Inspired by whimsy, travel, and life's journeys I consider the Studio collection to be my playground.  It is fabricated with sterling silver, oxidized sterling silver, 18K vermeil, color gemstones and features textured metals.  It is a collection of happy, colorful jewelry pieces.

SSuzanne Evon portraitusan's current body of work includes fabrication, granulation, acid etching, reticulation & casting of gold, silver, and argentium. During this exploration, she found that incorporating a variety of methods brings about a richness in texture that gives each piece the unique and timeless quality that she strives for in her work.

Her work has always reflected a love for ancient metalwork and architecture. Her current collections combine both gold and silver with an emphasis on texture and custom-cut stones. Reticulation, anti-clastic raising, acid etching, granulation, roller printing and the ancient art of keum-boo are combined to create rich metal tapestry. Each piece is as unique as the individual that chooses to wear the designs.

Suzanne Evon Elements style earring Suzanne Evon Elements style necklace

Elements

Inspired by architecture and comprised of individual sculptures the Elements Collection hosts an array of mixed metals that add texture and depth.  The collection is fabricated using 18k,14k & 22k fused gold, 18k vermeil, black rhodium, white rhodium and sterling silver.

Suzanne Evon Edge style ring Suzanne Evon Edge style necklace

Edge

Inspired by a trip to Maldives this collection is both strong and flowing with a perfect asymmetrical balance.  The collection is fabricated by hand using 18k vermeil, sterling silver, black rhodium, white rhodium, 22k bimetal, colored gemstones and accent diamonds.

Suzanne Evon Q2 collection necklace Suzanne Evon Q2 collection necklace

Q2 Collection

Inspired by balance and movement the Q2 Collection is playful with custom cut colored stones, textured metal, mixed with my signature elements, (sculptures).  It is fabricated with sterling silver, oxidized sterling silver, 18K vermeil and color gemstones.

National Teapot Show X

felted Teapot

May 19 – Sept 5, 2017
Opening at 6pm on May 19th

May 19 –
September 5, 2017

Opening at 6pm on May 19th

Cedar Creek Gallery has hosted this show every three years for the past twenty-six years. 

Although every show is special in its own right, this year’s showing is especially significant as it leads into the 50th anniversary of the gallery. Marking the first kiln opening in 1968 this upcoming fall, we will be celebrating five decades of creating, showcasing and supporting fine craft. Started by two potters, Sid and Pat Oakley, Cedar Creek Gallery has stood the test of time by maintaining its high standard of supporting artisans from all over North America and connecting the public to quality, hand-crafted treasures. Annual festivals and shows like this one contribute to the ongoing narrative that art is necessary to a healthy, happy community and enriches the lives of all those who come across it.


Cedar Creek Gallery National Teapot Show X
is now online!


Artists include
Richard Aerni, Nicole Aquillano, Gerald Arrington, Posey Bacopoulos, D. Hayne Bayless, Alan & Rosemary Bennett, Lanny Bergner, Peter Beasecker, Jason Bohnert, Susan Bostwick, Eileen Braun, Cynthia Bringle, Jeff Brown, Jim Budde, Davin & Susan Butterfield, Melisa Cadell, Chrissie Callejas, Kyle Carpenter, Steven Cheek, Dwo Wen Chen, Bede Clarke, Jim Connell, Cheryl Constantini & Mikio Matsumoto, James Cornell, Glenn Dair, Linda & Jm Dalton, Jeff Dean, Lucy V. Dierks, Maria Dondero, Doug Dotson, Larry Downing, Claudia Dunaway, Christy Crews Dunn, Neil Estrick, Terry Evans, Stephen Fabrico, Larry Favorite, Marty Fielding, Matt Fiske, Mark Fitzgerald, Julia Galloway, Nancy Gardner, Carol Gentithes, Terry Gess, Kerry Gonzalez, Tom Gray, Ryan Greenheck, Erik Haagensen, Deborah Harris, Lana Heckendorn, Steven Hill, Eric Jensen,  Fred Johnston, Jacob Johnson, Jordan Jones, Shelley Jones, Madeline Kaczmarczyk, Peter Karner, Michael Kehs, Matt Kelleher, Elizabeth Kendell, Kristen Kieffer, Jamie Kirkpatrick, Ron Koehn, Jim Kransberger, Leah Leitson, Dale Lewis, Hsin-Chuen Lin, Paul Linhares, Geoff Lloyd, Loren Lukens, Pamela A. MacGregor, John Martin, Elisabeth Maurland, Sarah McCarthy, Cory McCrory, Linda McFarling, Jennifer Mecca, Ron Meyers, Reiko Miyagi, Una Mjurka,  CJ Niehaus, Susan O'Brien, Jeff Oestreich, Julie Olson, Jay & Janet O'Rourke, Karen Orsillo, Ben Owen III, Marsha Owen & Rick Moss, Bayle Owens, Pam Owens & Jennie Keatts, Travis Owens, Vernon Owens, Liz Paley, Marilyn Palsha, Jim & Shirl Parmentier, Susan Farrar Parrish, Ronan Peterson, Geoff Pickett, Teresa Pietsch, Shane Porter,  Andrew Preiss, Elizabeth Prioli, Barbara Prodaniuk, Hal & Eleanor Pugh, Brenda Quinn, Ann Coddington Rast, Eric Rempe, Andree Richmond, Deborah Rogers, Jon Michael Route, Meryl Ruth, Peter Saenger, Joseph Sand, Siglinda Scarpa, Kristin Schoonover, Ken Sedberry, Yoko Sekino-Bove', Laurie Shaman, Ellen Shankin, Susy Siegele & Mike Haley, Joe Sink, Gertrude Graham Smith, Stacy Snyder, Jennifer Stas, Frank Stofan, Polly Adams Sutton, Karen Swyler, Joy Tanner, Charlie Tefft, Kelly Thiel, Chris & Kristin Loffer Theiss, Brad Tucker, Joan Ulrich, Betsy Vaden, Eric Van Eimeren, Noi Volkov, David Voll, Evelyn Ward, Conrad Weiser, Jesse Whipkey, Julie Wiggins, DeLanieWise, Wendy Wrenn Werstlein, and Marie Wright

National Teapot Show X in the News...

Click here to watch the July 6, 2017 episode of UNC-TV NC Weekend's Collecting Carolina segment by executive producer, Julia Carpenter.

Click here to read Short, Stout, Fiber, Bejeweled and Bedazzling Teapots by Bridgette Lacy in the June 3, 2017 issue of the News & Observer.

Click here to read Tip Me Over And Pour Me Out, The National Teapot Show Returns to Creedmoor by Jessie Ammons in the July 2017 issue of the Walter Magazine.

last updated 7/14/17
 

50th Annual Fall Pottery & Glass Festival

Lisa Oakley works some glass

Friday, October 6, 10am - 10pm
Sat & Sun, October 7 & 8
10am - 6pm
Sat & Sun, October 14 & 15
10am - 6pm

Glass blowing, Pottery and
Wood turning demonstrations,
Kiln openings, Kiln & Raku firings,
Live music, Plant sales,
On-site food trucks
for entrees and desserts,
Cedar Creek Raffles for Art
to benefit the
CERF+
(Craft Emergency Relief Fund)

Although every show is special in its own right, this year's showing is especially significant as it leads into the 50th anniversary of the gallery.
Marking the first kiln opening in 1968 this upcoming fall, we will be celebrating five decades of creating, showcasing and supporting fine craft. Started by two potters, Sid and Pat Oakley, Cedar Creek Gallery has stood the test of time by maintaining its high standard of supporting artisans from all over North America and connecting the public to quality, hand-crafted treasures. Annual festivals and shows like this one contribute to the ongoing narrative that art is necessary to a healthy, happy community and enriches the lives of all those who come across it.

Friday, October 6, 10am - 10pm

10am Opening of Cedar Creek Gallery Pumpkin Patch
Glass blowing demonstrations
On-site food truck
Live music

Sat & Sun, October 7 & 8, 10am - 6pm
Sat & Sun, October 14 & 15, 10am - 6pm

Glass blowing demonstrations - Pottery demonstrations
Kiln openings - Kiln firings - Raku firings
Wood turning demonstrations
Live music - Plant sales
On-site food trucks for entrees and desserts
Cedar Creek Raffles for Art to benefit the
CERF+ (Craft Emergency Relief Fund)

Glassblowing demonstrations by
Lisa Oakley, Pringle Teetor, Dana Smith and
Matt Decker

Pottery demonstrations by
Brad Tucker and Jennifer Stas
Visiting potter: Alan Bennett

Raku firings, kiln firings and kiln openings by
Jennifer Stas
Visiting potter: Alan Bennett

Wood turning demonstrations by
Visiting wood turner:  Bill Wallace

Food and beverages by
13th Taco, Baozi Food Truck, Baton Rouge Cuisine,
Strong Arm Baking and Medley Food Truck