Getting started with my new jewelry design studio is intimidating and rewarding. Art school is a distant memory now, and I have been bummed out for a long time about not keeping my art practice going and instead focusing on a career, house, life. I have finally decided to make the jump and commit myself to my craft.
Jewelry design is so fascinating to me, its a mix of engineering, art, chemistry, and good old fashioned dexterity. I love how there is always a new technique to learn and it keeps my hyperactive mind busy.
For my first collection I focused on perfectly imperfect hand made organic textures instead of mechanical perfection. I love the unique look of hand sculpted forms and yet because of the fine medium the pieces are still elegant and elevated. Every piece is purposefully one-of-a-kind because who wants something that has 1 million copies? With careful research I sourced sustainable materials to make the collection: recycled silver, lab opals and ethically mined American Turquoise. Opals are like micro galaxies, one of my favorite gemstones, you always see something new in them.
I was inspired by astrology and religious symbolism tapping into jewelry's origins. Precious metals are actually from outer space and have been used as divine accessories meant to empower the wearer.
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