Downtown Salt Lake City goes OFF during this annual Do It Yourself festival held every August. Annika Quinn Jewelry is back for the fifth time and it just keep getting better. Please check us out along with many others talented artists and local food and beverage vendors this year. #bringthekids #august #11th #12th #13th
Please check out craftlakecity.com for my first ever workshop! we will be making hoop earrings out of brass material. Hammering, bending and shaping your very own custom piece at West Elm Thursday, July 6th from 6:30-9pm
One of Salt Lake City's largest events, the Utah Arts festival attracts over 80,000 people each June. Annika Quinn Jewelry is honored to be apart of such an incredi=ble event. If you're in the Salt Lake Area stop by and say hi at booth #46 starting Thursday, June 22nd!
Lucky enough to cross paths with this woman, AQ made LeAnn Rimes a set of custom, 14K Rose Gold Top Knuckle Rings. The Four rings are designed to be worn together reading "AINT MY FIRST RODEO" with each word on its respective finger.
LeAnn decided to wear the ring-set while singing an incredibly awesome version of the United States National Anthem at the 2014 Indianapolis 500. Holding the mic you can catch a glimpse of the message if you look close enough!
She is a rad chick who supports women in their endeavors and we salute her!
This years CLC was a huge success thank to display inspiration from CG Sparks and Woodsmith J.D. AllenRead More
Come check out the Annika Quinn Jewelry booth on August 9th & 10th in downtown Salt Lake City.
Annika Quinn Jewelry was featured on a billboard in downtown Salt Lake City. Read more about the project here:
Celebration of the Hand was started by The Temporary Museum of Permanent Change and Craft Lake City in the Summer of 2012 as a way to highlight and showcase the work of local artisans participating in the Craft Lake City DIY Festival. The Celebration of the Hand pieces are installed into steel Plakats, which are adjacent to the sidewalks on the North and South sides of Broadway (300 South) between 200 West and 200 East.
The exhibit is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is free to the public.
This project is supported in part by the Utah Arts & Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts.