Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York has an array of Kaminer Haislip’s sterling silver jewelry and functional objects available for purchase in their museum gallery store.  Visit the museum to view her work as well as the interesting exhibitions on display featuring a wide variety of topics based on the city.  The Museum is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue in New York City.

Architectural Digest Home Design Show NYC March 2012








A world of design inspiration awaits at the 11th annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York City March 22-25, 2012. Explore the latest products for the home. Shop from new and established brands. Get inspired by new ideas and insight from top talents in the industry.

Contemporary silversmith Kaminer Haislip will be exhibiting her functional, sculptural hand-crafted designs in the MADE section of the Show.  The MADE section was launched in 2008 to provide individual artists and designers of limited edition and/or one-of-a-kind objects and furnishings with an opportunity to promote themselves at the Show. Although artisan work has always been a part of the Show’s offerings, MADE highlights this work with a voice of its own rather than being mixed among corporate production brands.

Kaminer Haislip’s collections presented in the MADE section will be available for purchase on-site and customization capabilities will be offered.

Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show November 2011







Selected from more than 1,300 applicants, this premier exhibition and sale of contemporary American craft included 195 of the best craft artists in the United States.  The exhibition was held Thursday November 10-Sunday November 13 with a Preview Party opening the show Wednesday November 9.  Silversmith Kaminer Haislip exhibited in the highly competitive show and was awarded  The Eric Berg Prize for Excellence in Metal.

About Kaminer Haislip

Kaminer Haislip earned her BFA in Jewelry and Metals (2002) and MFA in Silversmithing and Design with a Minor in Sculpture (2005) from Winthrop University.  For both of her degrees she studied under Alfred Ward, an internationally acclaimed English silversmith.  Currently, she has a studio at Redux Contemporary Art Center in downtown Charleston, SC where she creates functional objects and jewelry.  In addition to her work as an artist, she is frequently commissioned by individuals to create custom designs. She exhibits her work nationally and internationally and has been featured in various publications.

About The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show is presented annually by the Museum’s Women’s Committee and Craft Show Committee for the benefit of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Funds raised are used to purchase works of art and craft for the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to fund conservation and publication projects, and to support exhibitions and education programs.