Artists At Work

Artists At Work
Artists At Work is listed in the Artists Fine Art category in Elkins, West Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Artists At Work which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Artists At Work on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 49.

Contact information for Artists At Work is:
329 Davis Ave
Elkins, WV 26241
(304) 637-6309

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Artists At Work has an overall ZapScore of 49. This means that Artists At Work has a higher ZapScore than 49% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Elkins, West Virginia is 31 and in the Artists Fine Art category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Artists At Work shared Chrizart's post.
Do something different this weekend, take a class and shop with the artisans!
Come on Out!! I will be here set up!
Head over to West Virginia’s oldest and largest state park! Watoga State Park presents “Art in the Park” on Labor Day Weekend. From Saturday, September 2nd – Sunday, September 3rd, you will celebrate all things native to this beautiful park with fine arts, crafts, music, food, workshops, and nature…

Artists At Work shared Christine P Keller's post.
Orthoceras Fossil Copper Wrapped Pendant $89 - Buckhannon, WV Beautifully hand wrapped copper pendant hanging on an 18" silk wrapped cord. Said to help with Transition, transformation, personal growth. Comment Sold in the comments to buy and I will get it touch with you! Orthoceras- They are ancestors to the modern day squid. Even though they were among the earliest forms of life, this class of nautiloid is still considered to be one o f the most intelligent forms of ocean life. The Orthoceras ranged in size from a few inches in length to over six feet. They could swim as well as crawl on the ocean floor. By filling the chambers in their shells with air they could float through the seas propelling themselves by squirting jets of water. As they died their shells accumulated upon the ocean floor, then covered by sediments they transformed into stone over the ages. Having a long straight shell their fossils have an iridescent gemlike quality when polished. Orthoceras are commonly found in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Fossils (from Latin fossus, literally ”having been dug up”) are the mineralized or otherwise preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms. In ancient times they were believed to be a gift from the stars and were revered by many cultures. Because of their age they have been used throughout the centuries as a talisman for protection and long life.

Artists At Work shared Chrizart's post.
Today at the gallery
My project for today. A Dendrite Opal - I love this stone. Soon to be a stunning pendant!

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Another one....
Working with silver in many different forms has given me odds and ends of pieces of scrap silver. Wanting to create something special with these, I developed my Silver Expressions line. Each of these pieces is created in studio and are all one of a kind- the best kind of jewelry to own! This piece is titled, 'Tangled with Pearls' Who wouldn't like to be wrapped up in pearls? Pearls are a nurturing stone and in ancient times reserved for wear only by royalty. They are unique because they arise from the sea and not the earth like most gemstones. This piece made of silver, has three pearls nestled in it. There is .3 oz of silver here plus the silver omega which is 18". The length of the focal is 2 1/4".
Custom, Handmade, One-of-a-Kind Artisinal Jewelry by Christine Keller

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By our Artist Christine P Keller of Chrizart Creations!