Jewelry

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Trina Allen     Len Curran     Lu Ann Di Paglia     Hanna Juekoff     Elaine Hardman     David Volk     Steven Walker


Trina Allen


Trina Allen

 I make sterling silver and ceramic jewelry along, with hand dyed scarves which are all one-of-a-kind in many colors and patterns.

TRINA ALLEN, 320 West State Street, Wellsvillle, NY 14895

(607) 329-3558
tla­_designs@yahoo.com
aspoonfulofcolors@yahoo.com

Directions: Showing with RLA Woodcrafts, Russell Allen.  Take State Route 19 into Wellsville. Turn west onto West State Street near high school.  Approximately one half mile past school on right. 


Len Curran’s Unique and Artistic Jewelry


Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
My jewelry collection is comprised of one-of-a-kind pieces: earrings, bracelets, necklaces. I use various types of glass, metal, wood, fiber and recycled materials.  Each design is a creative combination of textures, bright colors and forms.

LEN CURRAN, 5431 Jericho Hill (Route 12), Alfred Station, NY 14803

(607) 382-8105
Lencurran@yahoo.com


Directions:  Studio is located 1.8 miles from downtown Alfred, south on Route 12. We are the second driveway on the right after Snyder Road. Look for the Allegany Artisan sign.


LuAnnArts- Lu Ann Di Paglia


Handmade Jewelry using wire, polymer clay, resin, upcycled jewelry parts, metal, patina and acrylic pints.  Oil paintings of local barns and features.

LU ANNS. DI PAGLIA , 7145 Whitney Valley Road, Almond NY 14804

(203) 788-8836
luanart@gmain.com

Directions:  From I86, exit 33, right to light,  Make right on Route 21, (Main Street).  Follow Mian Street past Muhlheisen's Retsaurant on left.  Continue over bridge and past St. Brendan's Church on right. Take left onto Whitney Valley extension across from Big Dipper.  Go about ¾ mile.  House on right.  Look for sign.


Hanna Juekoff


Ceramic jewelry, wall pieces and paintings. I have new mixed media and upcycled jewelry.

HANNA JUEKOFF, 2216 German Hill Road, Rexville, NY 14877

(607) 225-4502
wohaju@gmail.com

Directions:  Showing with Quilted Treasures, Sue Johnson.  From Route 417 east of Wellsville, near the underpass, turn onto Baldwin Road. At railroad on right, cross the tracks and take the second left (Proctor Road) to find 5th house on right.


Elaine Hardman


My venture into jewelry was the result of having beautiful bits of vintage candy tins left over from work on larger sculptural pieces. First I made earrings and then bracelets and then necklaces. Every piece is one of a kind. My earrings have only titanium ear wires, the material used in surgical implants, A material that is non-irritating for all.

Necklaces are made of found objects as are bracelets. Unpredictable. No two alike. Often fun or funny.

ELAINE HARDMAN, 3180 Riverside Drive (State Route 19), Wellsville, NY 14895

(585) 808-0385
Elaine@StoneFlowerPottery.com

Directions:  Easy to find on State Route 19 (Riverside Drive) north of Wellsville. Large gray house with porch, black shutters and Allegany Artisans sign. Please use side door at garage. 2 steps inside. 


Inspire Chainwork and jewelry- David Volk


Formerly DCLA Designs. From the exotic to the simplistic. I hand make chains, other ornaments and jewelry inspired by chainmaille. Many materials are used including silver, brass, bronze and aluminum.

DAVID VOLK, 112 North Main Street, Wellsville, NY 14895

(585) 593-8749
dcladesigns@gmail.com


Directions: Route 417 from Andover, turn right onto Main Street in Wellsville. Studio on right, across from Community Bank. Route 19 from Belmont, turn left at intersection of routes 417 and 19 to Main Street. Studio on left, across from Community bank.


Walker Metalsmiths Celtic Jewelry- Stephen Walker


Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Gold and silver Celtic jewelry designed and crafted by Stephen Walker, Lyndsay Burr, Lindsey Thurber and apprentices. 

STEPHEN WALKER, 1 Main Street, Andover, NY 14806

(607) 478-8567
sales@walkermetalsmiths.com

Directions:  Corner of Main (NY Route 21) and East Center Streets in the Village of Andover.