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Costume historian, Sandra Michaels Adams has translated Gillion Carrara's sculptural jewelry so beautifully we're sharing it here: "Materialized imagination, tangible history and future: dreams and visions of buffalo horn, ebony, celluloid and silver become elegant handheld manifestations of nature's gifts. Gillion Carrara transforms natural materials into solid poetry for daily brushes with imagination". For this beauty is the reason that ID has invited Gillion into their space for a trunk show of her new work. It happens March 2 and 3 from Noon - 5PM.
· Gillion Carrara [Official Site]
· ID [Official Site]