I have been invited to join the Creative Crafts Council Biannual exhibit with 2 of my latest designs, it is very exciting to be handpicked by the jurors to join this prestigious show and I am thrilled. more to come on this subject closer to the show open date which is May 29th at the Strathmore Mansion.
Here is a glance at my invited pieces, “Uva” 18K gold and Tahitian pearl necklace and “Off the Vine” 22 & 18K gold and pearl earrings.
I am in this year’s Metal and Smith’s virtual trunk show, I will be on their show for the weeks of November 15, December 6 and 13.
I am participating in this years virtual show, last year it was at Strathmore Mansion and this year it’s virtual and it lasts for 3 months. Visit the website by clicking on the image below and see all the local designers amazing work of jewelry art and happy shopping.
Very grateful for my 2019 award from Lux life for the “Most Ethical jewelry designer” ❤️
So excited to have received this glorious award from Bethesda Magazine today for “Best Ethical Jewelry Designer” 2019
I am thrilled that I have been invited by the Ladysmiths to join their juried 2019 Art Jewelry + Objects Spring Show at the Arena Stage in Washington DC. April 27 & 28, from 1 to 8 PM.
Extremely proud and excited to announce that I have been awarded a Global Excellence Award for the “Most Ethical Handmade Jewelry 2018”
So thrilled to announce that some of Natalie Barat Design pieces are currently showing and selling at the Mansion at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland, in the Artist Library. If you are in the area it’s a great time to stop by and see some of the designs for an up close and in person try outs.
Very proud to announce that I was awarded a Global Excellence Award for the “Best Ethical & Sustainable Jeweler 2017“
So excited to be featured in Bethesda Magazine July/August 2017 issue. Here is the link to the electronic page of the Bethesda Magazine with my feature in Women in Business section.
Very proud to announce that my “Eclipse Luna” won an award for Metal Works category at the Creative Crafts Council’s 30th Biannual show.