Makers Trunk Show and Wine and Cheese Mixer


This Thursday, June 6th, 2019
5:30pm - 8:00pm

EvoSmile
The Practice of Igor Ochev, DDS
750 Las Gallinas Avenue
Suite 210
San Rafael

Angie Jones Designs

Angie Jones, Jeweler

Angie uses sterling silver, gold vermeil and natural gemstones to create unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. Her beautifully designed handmade jewelry reflect a sense of easy-going elegance. Her delicate designs have a way of bringing out the pretty inside every woman.

Angie has been creating jewelry for 10 years. Some of her pieces have been featured in a Sonoma gallery and specialty boutiques.

Kaleidoscarves™

Howard Weiner, Designer & EvoSmile Patient

In 2010 Howard produced a group of extraordinary and mesmerizing photographs as a highly regarded body of work entitled “Beyond the Kaleidoscope.” Responding to a client’s request to wear his artful images, in 2012 Howard reproduced the series onto a soft and supple fabric. Proving successful it instilled in him a desire to transition into the world of fashion.

Using high-tech digital printers, Howard’s kaleidoscopic photos are carefully transferred onto generously-sized rectangles of featherlight silk satin. To each scarf Howard gives a unique name.

With a growing following, women and men internationally are discovering Kaleidoscarves™ – where art and fabric come together.

Arts & Crafts to benefit Haiti

Barbara Wander, Maker & EvoSmile Patient

After Barbara's first trip to Haiti in 2000, she started making crafts to sell to benefit projects in Haiti.

She also brings back Haitian Arts and Crafts to sell for Haiti including Stone Sculptures by artist Derival Merant. Barbara has delivered used dental tools donated by Dr. Ochev to Merant who, in turn, has ingeniously repurposed them as sculpting tools.

100% of the money goes to help in Haiti for student scholarships, continued rebuilding projects from the 2010 earthquake, and other projects.

Contemporary Paintings On View

Tina Ayers, Artist & EvoSmile Patient

When Tina Ayers’ colorful, dynamic paintings first graced our walls in 2016, no one could have predicted we would become the guardian of what would become a rare art collection.

In 2017, Tina's Santa Rosa home was engulfed by the Tubbs Fire, one of the most destructive wildfires in California's history. She lost more than 100 paintings, many mosaic panels, and countless pieces collected over the years for future art projects.

Before Tina started painting with acrylics on canvas, she set mosaic tile in shapes that can be seen in the untitled collection in our office. Her work has been published several times, from Sunset to tile industry magazines.