This category covers current and up-coming events to the gallery.

Artist feature: CYNTHIA CLEARWATER for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Cynthia Clearwater came to jewelry after a 30 year academic career in environmental design and museum studies.

Artist feature: BERNADETTE NGAI for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Bernadette Ngai is a metal artist based in San Francisco’s Bay Area.

Artist feature: SHANNA MUSTON for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Emerging Brisbane artist, Shanna Muston aims to encourage the consumption of goods that have history and preciousness rather than the mass produced

Artist feature: REBECCA WARD for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Artist Rebecca Ward challenges herself to create wearable art that uses as little silver as possible, incorporating natural materials such as sticks off the ground.

Artist feature: PIERINA CURTIES for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Brisbane based artist Pierina Curties has completed a Masters in Fine Art majoring in sculpture.

Artist feature: PAOLA RAGGO for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Paola Raggo is an artist who uses existing materials that are closely connected to her, such as maps, recycled silver and old paintings to explore autobiographical themes.

Artist feature: MEGAN MACKENZIE for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Megan MacKenzie is a Brisbane based artist who completed a Masters in Visual Art at Griffith University.

Artist feature: LUKE MANINOV for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Luke Maninov is a Brisbane based imaging neuroscientist and emerging artist who translates science and nature into wearable art.

Artist feature: LISA WOOD for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

The work of Mt Tamborine artist Lisa Wood aims to increase awareness of the demise of Queensland’s rainforests.

Artist feature: LEIGH WAGNER for “Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry,” January 2016

Brisbane based jeweler, Leigh Wagner, has been working across art, jewelry and digital image making for three decades, with these disciplines informing each other.