Alison B. Antelman exhibits and sells her work from her studio, galleries and at craft shows nationally. She’s participated in gallery exhibitions from Los Angeles to Massachusetts including at Mobilia, Facere’, EatMetal Galleries and the Palos Verdes Art Center, she won the 2018 CraftBoston Holiday Award of Distinction in Jewelry, she is a 2015 Niche Award Winner, won First Place in the 2014 Charles Lewton Brain Fold-Forming Competition and 2017; 2015 Best of Jewelry at the Sun Valley Center Arts & Crafts Festival. Her work is published in JCK Magazine, MJSA Journal, Art Jewelry Today 4 and Art Jewelry Today 3 by Schiffer Publishing, Showcase 500 Art Necklaces and 500 Gemstone Jewels by Lark Books, Lapidary Journal’s Jewelry Artist magazine and The San FranciscoChronicle. She has written articles for Lapidary Journal, Jewelry Artist and Metalsmith Magazines. She teaches workshops through art centers and Guilds nationally. She is often found creating one-of-a-kind jewelry in her well-lit studio, The Sawtooth building in Berkeley, California.
Tubing definition: a hollow form open at both ends, not necessarily round. Explore the myriad ways to make and use tubing. Join, bend, connect, latch, hang, set faceted trillion stones and hinge using tubing. Students will make a hinged pendant and set a trillion stone in a telescoped tube setting hanging from a bail made from bent tubing. A step-by-step handout with images and text is supplied. Basic fabrication and soldering required.