March 1- 4, 2018

The Norton Museum of Art held its seventh annual edition of BIJOUX!, an international art jewelry exhibition and fundraiser. Once again, about 40 artists from around the world, including Israel, Italy, The Netherlands, South Korea, and Norway, participated. On Feb. 28 VIP guests were invited to preview and purchase unique art jewelry from its creators opening to the public March 1 through March 4. 

The participating artists presented jewelry in a variety of media, including gold, silver, porcelain, paper, acrylic, glass, iron, steel, diamonds, and other materials. Designs ranged from conservative to avant-garde. Proceeds from the four-day-long event benefit the Museum’s education and public programs.  

Featured Artists  
Annemieke Broenink, The Netherlands Alyssa Dee Krauss, United States
Ashley Buchanan, United States Michal Lando, United States
Isabelle Busnel, United Kingdom Lema J, United States
Jessica Calderwood, United States Wanshu Li, United Kingdom
Avital Coorsh, Israel Tara Locklear, United States
Nikki Couppee, United States Mary Mattingly, United States
Ute Decker, United Kingdom Alicia Niles, Canada
Nirit Dekel, Israel Barbara Packer, United States
Ylenia Deriu, Italy Anna Porcu, Italy
Maria Diana, Italy Kim Rawdin, United States
Don Friedlich, United States Meghan Patrice Riley, United States
Leslie Genninger, Italy Caitie Sellers, United States
Liat Ginzburg, Israel Inbar Shahak, Israel
Ana Hagopian, Spain Sara Shahak, Israel
Mia Hebib, United States Anna Talbot, Norway
Anna Johnson, United States Sharon Vaizer, Israel
Sally Kay, United States Ute van der Plaats, Belgium
Sunyoung Kim, Korea Francesca Vitali
  Laura Wood, United States
  Katrin Zimmerman, United States



Donna Schneier  
Naomi Alexandroff-Brest Ellen Jaffe
Dale Anderson Marty Johnson
Laurie Batchelor Connie Kay
Carole Berk Jane Korman
Phyllis Borak Diane Krane
Babette Cohen Sara Mesirow
Carol Finn Barbara  Morgenstern
Joan Freedman Beverly Myers
Sylvia Gordon Mimi Stein
Nicki Harris Davira Taragin
Myrna Hill Nancy Wolf


BIJOUX! was made possible by the generosity of Brown Advisory.  

Travel Accommodations for the Israeli artists was generously underwritten by the Association of Israel’s Decorative Arts.