“With these as the antecedents to the [recently replaced] billboard, it feels as though our overall feminist leaning and progressive community might indeed be justified in our agitation with this piece of marketing.”
After 23 years making a living as a jewelry artist, Tamala Wells still doesn’t see herself pursuing any other career.
Local designers Kathy Van Kleeck and Cara May showcase their jewelry and knitwear at Moda, Nov. 18 from 3-8 p.m.
The Southern Highlands Craft Guild at the Civic Center featured over 200 craft booths, demonstrations, and live music and entertainment. Featured crafts included woodworking, printmaking, pottery, ceramics, glass, paintings, quilts, fabrics, hats, clothes, jewelry, and more.