Scavenging At Scavenger.

Hi guys!  I was trying to find some inspiration online the other day.  I came across an article in SevenDays about Scavenger Gallery that interested me. After looking at Stacy Hopkins jewelry (Scavenger founder) I decided I needed to see her pieces in person.  

Stacy's space is in the quaint town of White River Junction Vermont.  She has a workspace within her gallery which is filled with not only her art, but other artist collaborations.   Stacy has a science background, is arts motivated, has her own gallery space that doubles for wine tastings and OH did I mention she's gearing up to go to Paris Fashion Week!  (sorry, really long sentence).   I told her, "I want to be you when I grow up."  :))  Anyone that knows me understands why I love Stacy and found much inspiration from her.  :)  Click here to visit her personal website.  Enjoy the pics!

  Gallery Space

Gallery Space

  Science Meets Art

Science Meets Art

  This belt buckle is reminiscent of Alexander McQuinn's honeycombs.   Its the skeleton of a lily pod.

This belt buckle is reminiscent of Alexander McQuinn's honeycombs.   Its the skeleton of a lily pod.

  Hi there.  :)

Hi there.  :)

  The Master sizing my beautiful stag scarab ring.  The ring is from her Coleoptera Collection.

The Master sizing my beautiful stag scarab ring.  The ring is from her Coleoptera Collection.

   I had so much fun watching her work.

I had so much fun watching her work.

  Molds casted from LaSpecola Natural History Museum in Florence Italy.

Molds casted from LaSpecola Natural History Museum in Florence Italy.

  Workspace.

Workspace.

  Any guesses?? YES~ BUTTONS!

Any guesses?? YES~ BUTTONS!

   Odontolabis Femoralis, aka Mr. Stag.  He's certainly a conversation piece.  :)))

 Odontolabis Femoralis, aka Mr. Stag.  He's certainly a conversation piece.  :)))