Jacquelyn Lowry “Crow Spirit Woman” sculpture

AMAZING new sculpture by Pittsboro’s Jacquelyn Lowry, surely a world class artist, humble and little-known as she is. These and more are at the Joyful Jewel now. The young woman is entitled “Celestial Bliss,” you can guess which is “Crow Spirit Woman” & the detail, and the big bowl is a bird bath or bird feeder. […]

Barbara Thompson’s new Glass Sculpture

Barbara Thompson has been busy!  Look at all the new pieces she has brought in. She is using more color now. Luminous as always, fun to look at and often usable as a candleholder or vessel. Barbara Thompson, Glass Sculpture   ~~~ See new pieces on FaceBook Follow us on Twitter @TheJoyfulJewel Call us at […]

Shannon Bueker, Sculpture

Best known for her paintings, Chatham County artist Shannon Bueker is also a long time sculptural potter who makes a variety of dimensional wall pieces.  She displays these along with her paintings.   Shannon Bueker, Sculpture

Douglas Maccardini “Lamp Bot” sculpture

Douglas Maccardini just brought in this fantastical lamp that he made from such a fun variety of materials.  It’s a bit different than his usual oil cans and roller skate bots and especially delightful with the bicycled jester.  This is one of Douglas’s larger sculptures. It features an old fashioned lamp light, a weather vane […]

Douglas Maccardini, Sculpture

  These fantasy sculptures are assembled from reclaimed objects, such as roller skates and other recycled findings. The sculptures are fragile and are not toys. Douglas Maccardini, Recycle Sculpture

John Makowski, Recycle Sculpture

John’s large sculptures often include things like an old sewing machine or electrolux vacuum cleaner and old music instruments.  Each sculpture includes 20 – 50 items.  Often the sculptures have moving parts that invite participation. John Makowski, Recycle Sculpture

Jacquelyn Lowry, Sculpture & Pottery

   I primarily use  cone 6 clay, electric fire for my work. I have been working with clay as a medium for about eight years. Most of my knowledge and experience with sculpting and throwing was in the CCCC Pottery and Sculpture program at Siler City, though I did attend both Greensboro College and UNCG […]

Kimberly Godon, Sculpture

   Spike art is made from railroad spikes, bolts, clamps and plates from the ‘old gulf, NC spur’ used in WWII for transporting iron and ore from local mines. The material is collected along the tracks on long walks. Years of force and pressure shape these pieces. I just put a form to them. Each […]

Barbara Thompson, Glass Sculpture

Artist Barbara Thompson: “I’m a recycler by nature and always loved glass. Making these glass sculptures is satisfying on many levels. The sculptures can be garden art, though weather will eventually cause them to lose their luster. They can also be decorative pieces in the home, and may double as candleholders.  I also like to […]

John Makowski “Woodalia” Sculpture

“Woodalia” John Makowski Life Size, Multi Media Sculpture $450 Meet Woodalia, a lifesize sculpture that John Makowski made of many too-many to count recycled materials.  She greets you with glass door knob eyes and a harmonica mouth (you can play if you wish), has moveable legs and arms with flexible button fingers.  She is anatomically […]