My Kitchen Witch café in Monmouth Beach is hosting their Summer Spells Show with the work of six talented women, mostly New Jersey Shore residents, on Saturday, May 25th on the lawn of the café. Of the six, three make handmade jewelry, one creates beautiful stained glass pieces and the other two are painters. Karyn Jarmer, Owner and Executive Chef of My Kitchen Witch, says she loves helping, "to bring the community together and have a meeting place where everyone can share their experiences and ideas about re-building. This is just one more thing we can do to help the healing process." The show will start at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 25th and take place on the lawn outside of the My Kitchen Witch Café at 29 Broad Street in Monmouth Beach. It will end at 2:30. There will also be music by Derek Pierre in the morning, and Crash Gordon and Deborah Dynamite in the afternoon. It is free and we would really love to have you. Kate Grady, the show organizer, has been working with stained glass for 25 years. She has touched on many facets of this interesting 10th century industry, from repairing giant cathedral windows to designing and creating unique Manhattan entrances. Jennifer Ciraulo of Blooming Lotus Jewelry creates beautiful jewelry to inspire positivity and awareness in all of us. Jennifer is not only a jewelry designer, but also a pediatric occupational therapist working with children with special needs. She uses her jewelry making skills to raise awareness and money for foundations such as Autism Speaks. Carolyn Roche creates jewelry from recycled sea glass. It is jewelry inspired by the love of the earth and her magnificent oceans and beaches. Miss Ellie uses USA-made parts & raw materials to make outrageously gorgeous limited edition jewelry. Her pieces are composed of brass filigree, silver birds, vintage vines, and etched lockets, already aged and pre-tarnished to perfection. She combines rare old stock with top quality materials. Megan Heath Gilhool is a self-taught painter who has been painting and working with colors since childhood. She has painted murals in restaurants, show houses, private homes and a public library, and is currently painting the interior of the Sea Bright Bus Stop. P. (Peggy) Tyrrell Masse, a Monmouth Beach resident, is a visual artist who seeks to develop art that adds to the ambiance of one's living space. She also encourages individuals to experience art as a means of relaxation, rejuvenation, and to delve into their innermost selves. She has also developed a product called Move n Art, which brings fine art to your flat screen television.
Sunday - May 26, 2013
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