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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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Glass Studs-A&L Goldsmith

$20.00Price
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  • Each pair of earrings is made by hand by Lawrence & Audrey Goldsmith, a husband and wife team. For specific sizes, please check the list below:

    A: 0.5"x.05"

    B: 0.25"x0.25"

    C: 0.25"x0.25"

    D: 0.25"x0.25"

  • Lawrence and Audrey Goldsmith have worked together producing fine art and fine craft work since 1976. Audrey majored in fine art at UCLA and UC Santa Cruz. Lawrence studied art and architecture at the University of Illinois in Chicago and majored in fine art at Blake College where he received his BA. They now have a home studio in Columbus, Ohio. They have made kaleidoscopes since the 1980s when they were selected as gifts for each of the United States’ governors when Ohio hosted the National Governors’ Conference. Their current glass work incorporates finely detailed hand cut stained glass and kiln fused glass. One can appreciate the beauty of the glass chosen for their work, the non-lead solder and the finest optical quality mirrors used in their kaleidoscopes. Their work is unique and is copyrighted. It is handcrafted and no two pieces are exactly alike.