Listen Up: An Education in Making Costume Jewelry and Running Your Own Gallery
We’re cramming a whole lotta knowledge into this week’s episode! Kaleigh Shrigley, one half of oh-so-awesome jewelry line One Six Five, gives us the nitty-gritty on how she and her partner Claire Lowe went from nannying to running their own company. And speaking of biz owners! Denny Gallery HBIC Elizabeth Denny is here to tell you everything you need to know about your first important art purchase—and what being a gallerist is anyway. And, no, there’s no test.
But there is a little homework! The next #ReadingThings is coming at ya on April 10th, and we’ll be talking about the graphic novel The One Summer by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki (another quick read, if you’re wondering!).
Special and amazing guest Kaleigh Shrigley, who co-founded the knife-sharp jewelry line One Six Five with Claire Lowe, on the behind-the-scenes of making accessories and always keeping $$$ in mind…
All of One Six Five’s work is excellent, but we’re especially partial to the Cecilia Ear Jackets on our site right now.
Check out Creative Babes and the crew of cool Columbus, Ohio, women behind it, and get Kaleigh and Claire’s guide to the city here.
Special and amazing guest Elizabeth Denny, owner of of the lovely and cutting-edge Denny Gallery in downtown NYC, on how to understand, buy, and care for your art...
Oh, hey: You can buy art from Denny Gallery online.
Check out one of the artists who Elizabeth has repped for, like, ever, Amanda Valdez.
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