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An Evening of Art and Jewels at Ro2 Art

Ro2 Art is proud to present An Evening of Art and Jewels, featuring unique and limited edition jewelry pieces by Elle Schuster, in conjuction with West Village’s celebration of Fashion’s Night Out 2011. A special group exhibition of work by Ro2 Artists will also be presented, including works in a variety of visual media.

About Elle Schuster

Elle Schuster has been an internationally known photo-illustrator for over 30 years. In 2006 she made the first necklace as a good luck token; a branch dripping opal tears, inspired by a Frida Kahlo painting. Encouraged by the response, she continued to make these wearable sculptures which are assembled using gold or silver wire to bind precious & semiprecious gemstones. A hallmark of her design is the virtually invisible stainless steel cable that the pieces hang on which makes them seem to hover over the heart. Some pieces are made of minerals, coral and found objects suspended on leather.

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About Ro2 Art

Mother-and-son partners Susan Roth Romans and Jordan Roth operate Ro2 Art, a full-service gallery and consultancy with spaces in the Uptown and Downtown areas of Dallas, working with a diverse group of contemporary artists, most with ties to the North Texas Region. At present, Ro2 focuses on the exhibition and sale of work in all visual media, through a fine art gallery space in the West Village of Uptown Dallas, and a progressive, intimate gallery in the historic Kirby Building in Downtown Dallas.

The Elle Schuster trunk show will take place for one-night-only, however, limited inventory will be available after the show. Artwork in the Group Show will be on view September 5-23. Please join us for this special trunk show and reception Thursday, September 8 from 6 to 10pm at Ro2 Art Uptown, located at 3699 McKinney Avenue #310 at the West Village.

For more information, visit or call Jordan Roth at (214) 803-9575.

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