Trunk Show: Sarah Wilbanks Jewelry, February 9th, 12-4pm

February 06, 2020

Trunk Show: Sarah Wilbanks Jewelry, February 9th, 12-4pm

Sarah Wilbanks is a Seattle artist who's been making jewelry for over 20 years. On February 9th, she will showcase some of her current work at our Japantown gallery. Luminescent and lightweight, her jewelry evokes the subtle, varied beauty of nature with silver and gold leaf accents.



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