Kary Kjesbo Designs Blog

SAVE THE DATE – Friday Noir Open Studio Nov 29, 4-8pm

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | November 22, 2019

Join us for Friday Noir Open Studio Nov 29th · 4-8pm · Ketchum An evening of art and cheer… FEATURED ARTISTS Kary Kjesbo – jewelry Sharon Payne Bolton – mixed media Becky Brooks – jewelry Mary Ann Chubb – ceramics Lisa McCombs – watercolor Sally Metcalf – basketry

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Wilkes Bashford Palo Alto California

Trunk Show in Palo Alto this Saturday!

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | September 24, 2019

Saturday September 28th, 2019 PALO ALTO – WILKES BASHFORD Stanford Shopping Center 10 am to 7 pm

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SV Arts Festival 2019

SV Center Arts and Crafts Festival – August 9-11th! Booth D3!

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | August 8, 2019

Hard to believe August is here and with it the Sun Valley Center for the Arts summer Arts and Crafts Festival August 9-11th. I am lucky to have been invited to participate in this amazing event where artists from around the country come together to share their creativity and talents.…

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Ketchum Arts Festival – New Designs! Booth #47-48

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | July 5, 2019

As we pass the longest day of the year and fully enter the summer season, live music and art events are in full swing. I enjoy seeing people’s creativity, which is why I am so excited the Ketchum Arts Festival is coming up July 12th-14th. This is always an amazing…

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Custom heirlooms antique locket fob chain and bar

Commission Highlight: Signature Custom Heirlooms

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | May 15, 2019

My line of Signature Custom Heirlooms that are commissioned from my clients have allowed me to come in contact with amazing pieces of history from all across the world, each with a unique story to tell. Some of the most interesting pieces come about through collaboration with clients and their…

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Found Objects – Credit Tokens

By Kary Kjesbo Designs | February 26, 2019

I am fascinated with the stories behind Credit Tokens. They were the first Credit cards and were used from the turn of the century to the mid 30s for up and coming department stores. Consumer credit expanded in the 1920s, promoting a credit revolution. Stores like GB Gimbel Brothers in…

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