Cleveland, OH, February 20, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- March is Women's History Month and The W Gallery is proud to participate in a unique artist reception and street fair sponsored by Lakeland Community College.
Jewelry designer and gallery owner, Margeaux Wymer will join dozens of other businesses and local artisans to celebrate Women's History Month with a fun-filled day of live music, food, artist demonstrations, gallery talks and trunk shows.
"The vast majority of my collection comes from independent women designers. What makes this collection even more special is that each piece is 100% handmade and one-of-a-kind. Also, The W Gallery the only place where you'll find authentic Florentine hand-engraved jewelry in the Cleveland area. Florentine jewelry is one of my personal passions because of the amount of work and creativity that goes into each piece. Being a Florentine designer myself as well as being able to offer pieces from other Florentine designers is extremely fulfilling. We use only primitive tools and techniques to make the world a more beautiful place...one unique piece of jewelry at a time.” -Margeaux Wymer
Inside the W Gallery, event attendees will discover handmade jewelry that Margeaux designs on site in addition to stunning pieces from other talented women designers like Andrea Nicole Zagaris, Katherine Rudolph, Tess Young, Wendy Jo New, Deanna Dionne and Erica Montejo and Faye Simmonds. Also on display and available for purchase will be encaustic wax paintings from Dawn Tekler, hand-blown glass from Chelsea Littman, photography from Brittany Callahan and ceramics from Shelley Mendenhall and Joshalyn Barba.
The LCC Women’s History Month Artist Reception & Street Fair is a family-friendly and free event to attend. It will take place on Saturday March 4th from 11:00AM - 6:00PM in the 5th Street Arcades located at 530 Euclid Ave. Cleveland Ohio 44115.