Friday, December 28, 2012

Retrospective of Enid Kaplan

 If you have the opportunity
to travel in Canada
be sure to visit Montreal to see a
fascinating retrospective exhibition
on the life and work
of Enid Kaplan (1954‐2002) at the

One of the first to apply heat to
 reactive metals like niobium,
Enid Kaplan used form and color in unusual ways.
 It's also interesting to note that many of her 
brooches and pendants 
had a talismanic purpose as she was deeply
 connected to the spiritual side of life.

Not only did she create imaginative earrings
she also found delightful ways to display them.


Be sure to take a look at Enid Kaplan's website
to see a wide range of her work.
currently on view until January 13, 2013.

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