Krielow’s heirloom jewelry will be on display and available for purchase. As part of the festivities, she will be hosting a drawing to win a piece of her jewelry. Every patron who drops by will be entered for a chance to win. Any purchase from Krielow or Nader’s Gallery will qualify patrons for a second entry to win.
Krielow has created heirloom quality, hand-crafted, wearable works of art for over 26 years. Each piece is distinct and special, her bronze work is a 72-hour process. Krielow was a pioneer in the product called PMC – precious metals clay, the molding method of binding metal dust with clay is comprised almost entirely of reclaimed material, and infuses each piece with a singular and remarkable story.
Krielow speaks of her inspiration: “At the heart of all my work, there is the idea that art endures everything. Regimes rise and fall, trends flit in and out of our lives, we fall in and out of love. However, art endures. It is passed down through families, admired and studied by generations, and loved forever. In this regard, I crave quality and timeless beauty. I am endlessly inspired by nature, history, and ancient art.”