Grab a friend and join us inside the Tile Factory to shop the second annual Make Good Market: a celebration of people, place, process, and product. Over 30 different designers and makers will demonstrate their craft for your enjoyment, inspiration, and procurement. Good design, making, and sharing — all under one roof.
The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago is the premier gallery-presented art fair dedicated to three-dimensional art and design. This year I exhibited my jewelry and represented a selection of artists working in wood, fiber, metal and fine jewelry.
Image features work by Jennifer Falck Linssen, Kirsten Muenster, Alain Mailland and Pascal Oudet. Explore the Kirsten Muenster Projects website for an more in depth look at this gorgeous artwork.
The Seasonal Collections are an opportunity for Heath to dig into their history and experiment with color, material, and technique. Debuting two new special technique glazes Quarry and Basin, this season’s palette is a cozy wintery grouping — primarily rich, deeply muted.
It was an honor to create a custom/collaborative deep blue lapis necklace and earring set inspired by their palette. View the collection here - while it lasts...
WHEN: AUGUST 11-13 from 10AM-7PM WHERE: METROPOLITAN WEST, 639 WEST 46TH STREET, 10036. NYC
SHOPPE OBJECT is New York’s semi-annual independent home and gift show, debuting to the trade in August 2018. Presenting a curated roster of 100+ visionary brands and makers in an elevated boutique setting, SHOPPE OBJECT is the ultimate resource for premier merchants and influential editors. Created by the founders of Aesthetic Movement and Capsule, SHOPPE OBJECT was born of a vanguard spirit to celebrate and service the progressive retail and design community.
Kirsten Muenster Jewelry will be exhibiting in the Good Friends Collective booth along with a stellar group of designers. Come see us.
The Seasonal Collections are an opportunity for Heath to dig into their history and experiment with color, material, and technique. Debuting new glazes Sorbet and Sunset Fade, this season's color palette is warm, ripe, and full-bodied.
It was an honor to create two custom/collaborative ochre lava and jasper necklaces and earrings inspired by their palette. View the collection here - while it lasts...
Makers Market at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard
WHEN: Saturday, July 14th from 10am-5pm WHERE: 129 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, CA
Come join the festivities and shop local artists at Makers Market's newest location in the heart of Mill Valley, nestled in the quaint Mill Valley Lumber Yard. Enjoy the beautiful setting and support local small business! With over 30 local artists and live music all day, this market is a fun way to spend a Saturday with friends and family so invite everyone you know!
PARKING: Please park in the public parking medians and not in front of residents' homes. There is also easy transit, pedestrian and bike access, with 60 bike parking spaces onsite.
Makers Market Mill Valley Opening Celebration
WHEN: Saturday, May 5th from 10am-5pm WHERE: 129 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, CA
Makers Market's newest location is in the heart of Mill Valley, nestled in the quaint Mill Valley Lumber Yard. Come celebrate the new store with wine, bites, live bluegrass (by Oakland's Town Howlers), and 20 local artists.
PARKING: There will be an all-day FREE shuttle service running from Tamalpais High School (700 Miller Avenue) to the Lumber Yard. Please park at the high school and use the shuttle. Please do not park in the surrounding neighborhoods.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT, but please RSVP so we know how many people to anticipate. Invite your friends and family. The more the merrier!
Join me for the very first Make Good Market, Saturday, December 9 and Sunday, December 10 at Heath SF. Grab a friend or two, step inside the factory, and meet over 25 designer/makers. Heath has brought together some of the most interesting, beautiful, and original gifts, from jewelry to jams. You'll also see a show and tell of the making process: from woodworking, leather painting & candy-making to throwing, sewing & jewelry creation.
Inside/Out Paris - is a community of inspiring women who put creativity, movement and wellness at the core of their lifestyle.
Thank you for featuring my jewelry in LUCKY CHARMS: Jewelry is a language, an expression of what we feel is beautiful, meaningful, purposeful…
I’ll be showing my jewelry at the Manhattan Beach Hometown Fair together with my dear friend/soul sister Amber of Head Regal - who creates gorgeous indigo and vintage sari blankets and bags. As you can see, our work pairs beautifully together…
If you’re in LA, come visit us and see the magic!
Show dates: October 7th & 8th Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
Location: Booth #124 The Fair is located on Valley Drive between 15th and 21st Streets in Manhattan Beach, CA
Anaak + Kirsten Muenster Jewelry at MINT 167-B Throckmorton Ave in Mill Valley
libations, nibbles & more…
Anaak Timeless and feminine, modern bohème created in the most ethical and sustainable way, empowering women and artisans around the world.
Kirsten Muenster Jewelry A unique design statement, organic in nature, elegant in its conception and season-less in its style. Using ancient and modern techniques, the designs are hand carved in wax, molded and cast, striking a perfect balance between the contemporary and timeless.
Mother’s Day Weekend Jewelry Trunk Show May 13 & 14 from 12-5 pm
Kirsten Muenster Jewelry at Heath Ceramics 2900 18th Street in San Francisco
On Saturday, in addition to the new jewelry, Jami Curl of Quin Candy will be having a book launch for Candy Is Magic and a candy making demo in the Heath kitchen from 2-5 pm. On Sunday the Heath staff will be baking cookies and refreshments will be served.
Come by all weekend, support your local makers, enjoy new jewels and sweet treats!
My hand carved Banksia Cuff Bracelet is featured in an online exhibition at The Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts. The exhibition highlights contemporary artists working in all media who celebrate the natural world in their work. As an activity of the Happy Valley Foundation, the Center is presenting this exhibition as a means of sharing the Foundation's guiding principles of protecting the environment, while celebrating the natural value of diversity in all spheres of life.
My friend Stephanie Bodnar is the designer of Evgenia, a gorgeous vintage inspired lingerie line that is hand sewn in Nicasio, CA. I was thrilled when she asked me to adorn her beautiful models for the photo and video shoot. The floral neck cuffs, bell pod and willow bracelets in brass and silver pair beautifully with her collection. Congratulations Stephanie!
Celebrating Louesa Roebuck’s gorgeous new "Foraged Flora" book with a workshop and chats throughout the day along with trunk shows of nature inspired jewelry by Kirsten Muenster Jewelry, sumptuous new textiles by Neem and Matthew Dreary Baker will be reading Tarot. Enjoy local botanical themed cocktails and Japanese snow cones and a whole lot of other delightful surprises!
Wanderlust Winter Market
- KIRSTEN MUENSTER Jewelry - RCK Archive Clothing Collection - SABAH - St/Co. - MATT FISHMAN Ceramics - MME. VU Leather Goods
Presale PARTY - FRIDAY 6-9PM Open House - SAT + SUN 10-5PM
Small Trade Company Studio 550 Florida Street SF, CA
Special Event at GARDE
Saturday, Oct 1 from 12-4 PM 7418 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA
Discover what’s new and shop the fall jewelry collection as you enjoy light refreshments.
Bold chains in brass, bronze and silver.
One of a kind pieces with labradorite, koroit, ebony, grey pearls and castings from nature.
Special Event at MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing)
Tuesday, May 24 from 5-8 PM MAC - Yellow Building 1003 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, CA
Jewelry + Tunics = a beautiful pairing! Local designers Kirsten Muenster & Diane Harwood will be showing pieces from their latest collections.
Come say hi and make your Tuesday night a little more special - with wine from DIG and small bites from Piccino.
Handmade in San Francisco
Kirsten’s new necklaces feature long strands of Lava, Mother of Pearl, Moss Agate, Snakeskin Jasper and Marble paired with botanical inspired, hand-carved beads in yellow bronze, brass and silver.
Diane’s tunics and duster coats are produced in an ongoing curated selection of luxury fabrics such as cashmere, wool, alpaca, brocade and metallic linens.
Jewelry Trunk Show at HEATH
Saturday, April 16 from 10-4 PM Heath Ceramics 2900 18th Street, San Francisco, CA
Featuring new and one of a kind work from my Cast and Chain Collections. Local favorite Guittard Chocolate Company will also be there with some delicious treats to share. Come say hi and enjoy a beautiful day of jewels & chocolate with us!
Haute Living - Haute Secrets: Heath Ceramics Owner Catherine Bailey Shares Her Guide to SF & Sausalito
Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Heath, of course, and in particular the work of Julia Turner and Kirsten Muenster. Julia’s sense of color and scale and design is amazing, and Kirsten’s organic sensibilities and extraordinary workmanship is so special: I haven’t seen that kind of work before, and believe me, I look!
I wanted to share this beautiful image of my hair sticks taken by Environmental fiber artist and writer Abigail Doan
“Art styling tools for the new year. I love these exquisite lost wax cast hair sticks from the handmade Cast Collection by organic jewelry designer Kirsten Muenster Jewelry. I photographed them with a wrapped pod from my hikes in Bulgaria."
Leslie from Spotted SF writes, “All things lovely for the ladies and the home at the *new* Anaïse. What started as a Bay area-based e-tailer now has a gorgeous storefront along a quiet street in the city’s Mission. Proprietress Renee Friedrich selects the most beautifully crafted goods for the shop, including ready-to-wear pieces by Rachel Comey and A Détacher, shoes by Dieppa Restrepo and Maryam Nassir Zadeh, and artisan homeware by Dosa. My favorite is her jewelry…”
Ooh me too! My Callistemon Ear Cuff (featured in bottom image), Large Box Chain Bracelet and a special 10K Gold Angled Band Ring are all available at Anaïse.