David Webb: Society's Jeweler: Webb used gold and precious stones to create jewelry in the form of flowers, animals and other geometric shapes. His bold creations attracted clients such as Doris Duke, Elizabeth Taylor and Jacqueline Kennedy. Beginning today, the Norton Museum of Art, will display 80 of his pieces in an exhibition divided into three themes and following the progress of Webb's style through time. "Signature Styles" features his early line of jewelry, which depicted natural forms. "Rousing Reception" focuses on the women who wore Webb's creations and how his jewelry influenced the fashion of his time. "Superb Techniques" includes videos of current workers at Webb's studio. The exhibition runs through April 13. $12. Norton.org or 561-832-5196.
- Barbara Corbellini Duarte