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Wolf Lichter Exhibit Opens at Galería Izamal

By Henry Vermillion

Of all the jewelers Galeria Izamal has showcased in its solid 25-year history, Wolf Lichter is perhaps the most awarded and accomplished. A cocktail opening for his work will be held Saturday, April 14, 6–8pm, at Mesones 80.

Wolf began his career in 1972 in Sarasota, Florida and has won many best-in-show awards. Like many jewelers, he early-on followed a gypsy-like existence. For years, he showed in Renaissance Fairs and the Renaissance-themed arts and crafts events across the country in which the artists dress in period costumes. Wolf was easily recognizable as the most flamboyant pirate on the premises.

When his young daughter became of school age, he showed for several years in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

In the early ‘80s he discovered Mexico and has maintained a studio in San Miguel ever since. Here he designed a line of jewelry called Virgins, Saints, and Angels—a great success. It was wholesaled and distributed in upscale boutiques over the entire US. He remains an avid traveller and scuba diver.

Galeria Izamal is the flagship cooperative gallery in San Miguel. Work by gallery members Maria Bracho, Juan Ezcurdia, Roberto Lopez Fuentevilla, Leslie Jakobovits, Bill Morrow, Cissy Smith Marks, Henry Vermillion, and Britt Zaist. The gallery is located downtown at Mesones 80, next to the Angela Peralta Theater.


Art Exhibition

Sculpture as Jewelry: Wolf Lichter Shows

Work by Wolf Lichter

Sat, April 14, 6–8pm

Galeria Izamal

Mesones 80



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