Filigree Parfume, Penny Thing and Holly Bobisuthi at Twilight Gallery!

Tis the season of Pop-Up's and new artists to the Gallery......Thursday Nov 10th 6 to 9pm RSVP

About Filigree:

Filigree is an independent perfume atelier in Seattle, creating harmonies of the finest natural materials in melodic themes. Our name stems from a twice-borrowed reference to the song Filigree & Shadow. All fragrances are developed and handcrafted in small batches using only botanic ingredients. We divine our inspiration from nature, histories, memories, philosophies, and the arts. Our natural perfumes are designed to be provocative and create a memory for something unexpected to happen.

James Elliott is the Head & Nose of Filigree. He studied perfumery for over five years before releasing his inaugural collection. As a self-taught perfumer, James finds inspiration in the emotional effect of music, how fragrance can intertwine music and memory. He began his formal education at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and completed his BFA in Design at RMCAD. James has worked as a designer for nearly 20 years with a focus to create elegant design simplicity across all experiences. He has a rare mix of sense and skills that allow him to make the most of his design talents.

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About penny thing:

Lexi Lee is the fine art jeweler behind the brand penny thing. A lapidary artist, Lee creates one of kind statement pieces, fine art conceptual work, everyday pieces and custom jewelry work that is made especially for you.

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Twilight Gallery welcomes Oakland based artist, Holly Bobisuthi! 

Bobisuthi's work stems from the ancient tradition of ornament as expression of higher self. Each piece, is hand fabricated from raw metal and powerful stones - a unique gesture that we champion at our gallery.

"Cultures rise and fall but their sacred adornments outlast the gods they were made to venerate. The desire to adorn is as old as humanity and is an impulse that deserves to be honored."

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