First Thursday Art Walk: Brilliance At Lustre

[click “Play” to hear Susan’s interview with Sally Lake]

PB-382LR The Telluride Council for the Arts & Humanities created the First Thursday Art Walk to support the town’s talent pool of fine artists, local galleries and the retail scene. For the Art Walk, stores stay open late until 8 p.m. ( For a list of what’s happening around Telluride for the August Art Walk and a map of participating venues, go to the TCAH website.)

One of the stops on the monthly walkabout is the Lustre Gallery, 171 South Pine Street. On Thursday, August 5, Lustre lives up to its name. The artisan’s gallery/retail outlet will be ablaze with light radiating from precious gems and metals in four different and distinct collections: Masriera, art nouveau jewelry from Barcelona fashioned from original 19th-century molds; Bagues, contemporary jewelry from Barcelona; Judy Evans bridal jewelry; and the Philip Zahm collection, featuring colored gemstones. The Judy Evans and Philip Zahm collections are showcased at Lustre for three days only, August 5 – August 7.

R19 Philip Zahm has been trading in colored gemstones since 1975, Each piece is handmade from 18-karat white, yellow and rose gold, palladium and platinum to create bracelets, pendants, rings and earring specifically designed to show off colored gems collected from over 40 different varieties from around the world.

To learn more about Philip Zahm and the other three collections, click the “Play” button and listen to sales representative Sally Lake’s interview.

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