After a year of experimentation, Atlanta jewelry designer Cary Calhoun perfected the process of casting lace and textiles to create unique jewelry, mainly cuffs. CONTRIBUTED BY WWW.CARYCALHOUNDESIGNS.COM

Southern Made: Artists market offers high-style mix

Cary Calhoun, the Atlanta jewelry designer and metalsmith, worked in corporate banking for 15 years before letting her creative side take over.

Paige Kalena Follmann was drawn to art at an early age, but never thought she could make a career of it. Now the marketing-turned-abstract artist is known for her striking use of color, pattern and shape.

A self-taught stone sculptor, Stephen Hutchins carves one-of-a-kind stone bowls and sculptures, made mostly from found and salvaged materials.

Jan. 30-Feb. 4 (hours vary). Free admission. Trinity School, 4301 Northside Parkway, Atlanta. Juried collection includes paintings, sculpture and jewelry from more than 350 top and emerging artists.

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