Longtime Tucson jewelry designer Phyllis Woods has lived and worked in Tucson for 52 years, and creates and sells her jewelry nationally, where it can be found in many museum stores and galleries. She had the retail store Grasshopper, and was active in the development of the 4th Avenue Craft Fair. She is now president of the board of the United Nations Association of Southern Arizona, and still exhibiting her work in New York trade shows, as well as importing home decor from Morocco and West Africa.
Description of Medium
Phyllis Woods creates her distinctive contemporary/ethnic jewelry using a large vocabulary of globally sourced components, including rare vintage and ancient beads, gemstones, silver, gold plated African beads, glass, wood, bone, and shell. She specializes in one of a kind necklaces, and is well known for her hammered hoop earrings.
Artist Meet and Greet / Q&A, Art for Sale, Refreshments, Other
Visit Phyllis's working jewelry studio and also her gallery, TRIBALINKS GALLERY.
Getting ThereLabor Temple Studio
Address: 267 South Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701, USA [ Map it! ]
Additional Information: Studio C
Nearest Cross Streets: Stone and Broadway
This studio is wheelchair accessible.
This studio has accessible parking.
This studio is near a bike path.
This studio has secured bike parking.
Details: In front of the building - Labor Temple
This studio is near public transit.
Details: Street Car at Broadway and Stone