During May, Art on the Divide Cooperative Gallery on Main Street in Georgetown springs into the season by featuring local glass and jewelry artist Victoria Perez Mott. Nature exhibits beautiful changes this time of year and Mott has created a collection of jewelry and glass art that captures the beauty of the flowers, trees and birds.
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Come visit and see Mott’s intricate hand torched lampwork glass beads, which are created individually and then used in her jewelry and other art pieces. In addition to her lampwork glass beads, Mott uses many media and techniques in her art. She tumbles and fires plate glass, does wire wrapping and uses sterling silver, gold filled and acrylic materials, semi-precious stones, pearls and pewter.
There is “a little something to catch everyone’s eye,” she said.
A reception with refreshments and music will be held for Mott on Sunday, May 18 from 1-4 p.m. at the gallery. Everyone is invited to stop by and meet Mott and the other gallery artists.
With graduations approaching, now is a good time to check out the cards, photography, pottery, dichroic glassware, jewelry, gourds, fractal art, paintings, mosaic art and prints.
The gallery is open Friday through Sunday, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Visit artonthedivide.com or call 530-333 2787 for more information.