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2018 SFMOMA Jewelry + Trunk Show

Museum Store Jewelry Trunk Show

When: Saturday, April 14, and Sunday April 15, 2018, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Where: SFMOMA, Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4

Admission: Free for SFMOMA members. Non-members must purchase a general admission ticket to enter the museum. Buy tickets.

The Jewelry Trunk Show is back and better than ever. Due to popular demand, we’ve extended this opportunity for an extra day. Shop your favorite local, national, and international jewelry and accessory designers — and meet many new ones — while exploring the latest collections and innovative pieces not available at the Museum Store.

Twenty-three designers will be participating, many of whom are traveling to the United States for the first time to show off their wares at SFMOMA. Come by and pick up something extraordinary!

Members save 20% on Trunk Show and all Museum Store purchases all weekend long. Not a member? Join now.




Meet the Artists

These are the amazing designers whose jewelry, textiles, and accessories will be available for purchase at our Spring Trunk Show.

Ana Hagopian portrait

Ana Hagopian / Barcelona

Ana Hagopian’s work is inspired by nature and its organic forms. She plays with paper to create volumes and shapes. Her source of inspiration is nature and its infinite creations, its limitless color, and its surprising textures.

anahagopian.com


Colleen Mauer portrait

Colleen Mauer, CMD / San Francisco, New York    SHOP NOW

CMD is a small jewelry design company founded by industrial designer Colleen Mauer. Each piece in the CMD collection is handcrafted with special care by a small team of production artists. Colleen designs using texture, color, and tones as tools to transform simple materials into unique pieces of jewelry, and celebrate simple geometries and organic forms. 

colleenmauerdesigns.com


Centinelle scarves

Cristina Rose-Guizar, Centinelle / San Francisco

Cristina was born and raised in Mexico. She studied fashion in Mexico City and started her own label there in 2010, until she and her scarves moved to San Francisco in 2015. Cristina grew up enamored by her mother’s scarf collection, which is why every piece she makes can be passed on to the next generation.

centinelle.com


jo handbags

Delia Kosowicz and Wendi VanHorn, Jo Handbags / New York City

Founded in 2010, Jo is a collection of timeless, utilitarian carriers that are made to be worn. The uniquely simple designs feature premium lightweight leathers that age beautifully with wear. Their mindful production approach means carefully sourced leathers, minimal waste, and a focus on craftsmanship. Co-founders, Delia Kosowicz and Wendi VanHorn stem from different creative backgrounds and are inspired by the beauty and sensibility of timeless designs.

johandbags.com


deivi

Hemangini Singh, deivi / New York City

Textile designer Hemangini Singh works with skilled artisans to create artful textiles and accessories using traditional textile craft techniques. Inspired by the beauty of Indian textiles, her design aesthetic defines a fusion of East and the West. Hemangini works are meticulously designed, block printed, and tie-dyed on fine handwoven cashmere, silk, and natural cotton.

deivi.co




Ines Telles

Inês Telles / Lisbon    SHOP NOW

Inês Telles has been exhibiting her work internationally since 2009. Telles uses traditional processes to handcraft her jewelry, which is inspired by nature’s elements and objects that the designer has collected during her travels.

inestelles.com


keiko fujita

Keiko Fujita, keicofujita / Kanazawa    SHOP NOW

Founded in 2011 and based in an old town in Japan, Keiko Fujita has developed her own brand of contemporary jewelry, exploring the possibilities of transforming existing materials into wearable art. Her airy and elegant jewelry line “dodo” is made of plastic retail tags.

keicofujita.com


Laura Jaklitsch

Laura Jaklitsch / Somerville

With an appreciation for modern design and a dedication to craftsmanship, Laura Jaklitsch fabricates each one-of-a-kind piece by hand, working with recycled metals and repurposed wood wherever possible to maximize sustainability Using her signature inlay technique, Laura experiments with material, color, and form to make jewelry that is fresh, contemporary, and bold.

laurajaklitsch.com


Margaret Solow

Margaret Solow / Los Angeles

Margaret Solow finds inspiration from art, travel, philosophy, and nature, taking an understated approach by using natural materials. Integral to her business is a deep commitment to responsible manufacturing practices, which includes using sustainable elements and non-conflict gemstones to create her handmade jewelry.

margaretsolowjewelry.com


Marisa Haskell

Marisa Haskell, Marisa Mason / Oakland    SHOP NOW

Marisa Mason creates contemporary pieces that draw upon antique and ancient jewelry designs from all over the world. Her work is carved by hand in wax before casting, lending an earthy quality to each style. Every piece is handmade in her Oakland studio using brass, silver, leather, and turquoise.

marisamason.com


max lebert

Horst Max Lebert, HML Berlin / Berlin

Based in Berlin, Horst Max Lebert’s designs are made out of silver, gold, and other precious materials. The form of an ellipsis serves as a main theme for many of his objects. An aesthetic traditionalist, Max’s works are celebrated all over the world.

horstmaxlebert.de


mpr

Meghan Patrice Riley, MPR / Brooklyn    SHOP NOW

Founded in 2009, MPR creates wearable, sculptural, jewelry that is inspired by a thoughtful balance of shape and form. Crafted in her Brooklyn studio, Meghan experiments with everyday materials like electrical wire and safety pins, combining them with fine metals and semi-precious stones to create industrial jewelry that is still retains a femininity and fineness.

meghanpatriceriley.com


melissa mcarthur

Melissa McArthur / London    SHOP NOW

Melissa McArthur established her business in 1998, straight after graduating from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London. Her philosophy for simplicity and fluid lines is inspired by her thirty years of travel and architecture, modernist design, and art.  Over the years she has developed an extensive range of designs, producing new pieces and styles each season.

mmjlondon.com




michelle mockiuti

Michele Mockiuti, Cu Au Atelier / Los Angeles

Brazilian-born Michele Mockiuti experiments with volumetric jewelry by contrasting mass and weightlessness, clashing finishes and mismatching shapes. Pieces in copper, silver, and brass showcase their journey by exposing the process and simply allowing beautiful materials to enact with their flaws and virtues.

cuauatelier.com


molly mcgrath

Molly McGrath, Molly M Designs / San Francisco    SHOP NOW

Molly McGrath is a designer based in the Mission district of San Francisco. Her work is made with sustainable materials, including bamboo, birch from responsibly farmed forests, and wool salvaged from surplus army clothing. Her work is inspired by pattern and form — from a skyline or a bird in flight to building geometries and optical illusions. 

mollymdesigns.com


natsuko toyofuku

Natsuko Toyofuku / Milan

Originally from Japan, Natsuko has lived in Milan since she was a child. Her work reflects a mix of cultures, blending fine Italian artisan designs with a Japanese aesthetic. All of Natsuko’s pieces are made in Milan and are individually carved, making each one unique.

natsukotoyofuku.com


nikki couppee

Nikki Couppee / Oakland

Originally from Florida, Oakland-based designer Nikki Couppee employs vibrant colors and illusory surfaces in her jewelry. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally and has been featured in publications including American Craft, Metalsmith, Modern Magazine, W, Vogue Brazil, Dailycandy and Lark Book’s 500 Enameled Objects.

nikkicouppee.com


owen mcinerney

Owen McInerney / San Francisco

Born and raised in Ireland, Owen was a software engineer in Silicon Valley before he began making jewelry. Owen’s designs are unique and inspired by what he sees around him every day. Most of his pieces are influenced by nature; above ground, in the skies, and below the seas.

owenmcinerney.com


philippa roberts

Philippa Roberts / Oakland    SHOP NOW
Born in South Africa to a jewelry making family, Philippa was naturally drawn to working with metals and stones. Her signature look is simple, organic shapes combined with beautifully cut gemstones. Her love of the ocean plays a large role in the selection of clean, blue and green stones in many of her pieces. 

philipparoberts.com


sarah sewell

Sarah Greenberg, Sarah Swell Jewelry / Sausalito

Sarah Greenberg creates precious metal jewelry using centuries old techniques. She is inspired by the natural world and ancient history and aims to create interesting, yet easily wearable pieces.  

sarahswell.com 


Sonja Fries

Sonja Fries, Sonja Fries Design / Brooklyn

Much like an architect, Sonja Fries designs a piece and then carefully picks the materials and starts fabricating , layer by layer. Her pieces combine elements of angular European minimalism with soft, feminine features.

sonjafriesdesign.com 


vanessa gade

Tara Brown, Mind’s Eye Design / Sonoma    SHOP NOW

Mind’s Eye Design is an independent jewelry company based in and inspired by the beauty of Northern California. Founded in 2015 with a commitment to sustainability, Tara creates minimalist designs that are both elegant and affordable.

mindseyedesignjewelry.com


Zoe Comings Triptych

Zoë Comings / Austin    SHOP NOW

Designer Zoë Comings blends her passion for ceramics with her experience in the worlds of art, fashion, and fine jewelry to create high quality, handmade porcelain jewelry. Her love of clay and its connection to nature are the focal point of each style that she designs.

zoecomings.com


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Members save 20% on Trunk Show and all Museum Store purchases all weekend long. Not a member? Join now.

Admission to the Trunk Show is free for SFMOMA members.
Non-members must purchase a general admission ticket to enter the museum. Buy tickets here.