I create modern ancient-inspired jewelry using classical metalsmithing techniques of fabrication and wax casting in sterling silver and 18k gold. Often my pieces are delicate in design and simple in final presentation, I enjoy clean lines and deliberate details without unnecessary distractions. Each item is created with structural strength, but with feminine movement.
My jewelry represents my love of nature and organic designs, including the individual human figure. I create with beauty of the wearer in mind, items that complement and highlight curves and lines of a woman’s neck, chest, wrist, and hand.
I am displaying my jewelry in Building 101, Studio #1110, belonging to the lovely and talented Ellen Markoff, monotype print maker
Image featured on this page: Ring with dark green tourmaline teardrop (18k gold, silver)