Sherry brings a painter's quality to her debut collection and I am thrilled to have her on the team
San Mateo, Calif. (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
Between the Cleavage today announced the launch of its new Sherwood Collection featuring jewelry designs by new artist Sherry Kelly. Based in central Ohio, Kelly is the sister of owner and head jewelry designer Crickette Brown Glad.
The Cascade line is the debut line of the Sherwood Collection featuring handmade necklaces adorned with pearls, Swarovski crystals, black onyx, silver, blown glass and Kazuri beads. The necklaces are available in a variety of color combinations and are 18" in length with an adjustable closure. The Cascade necklaces, retailing for $296.00, offer a versatile design and can be worn with either casual or dressy attire. The necklaces are available for purchase online or can be viewed in person at the San Mateo studio by appointment only.
Kelly previously worked as an elementary school art teacher in central Ohio and is an experienced, fine art painter. She was taught jewelry design by Brown Glad in her San Mateo studio and quickly developed a passion and skill for the art. "Sherry brings a painter's quality to her debut collection and I am thrilled to have her on the team," said Brown Glad. "She is an incredibly gifted artist and I am blown away by her ability to not only create beautiful, quality jewelry, but to market it as well. Her Cascade necklaces are flying off the shelves and she has sold more than half of her designs within a few weeks!"
Brown Glad launched Between the Cleavage in 2003 out of her home in San Mateo and her collections have been featured in several national and international fashion magazines. A self-named connoisseur of color, Brown Glad gathers inspiration from fabrics, nature, photographs and every day life.
For more information about Between the Cleavage, the new Sherwood Collection, or to view the new Cascade necklace line, visit http://www.betweenthecleavage.com
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