New York, NY
Metalsmith and mix-media sculptor. MFA and BFA University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 1yr graduate study, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA; Attended classes at: Penland School of Crafts, Ashville, NC; Danish Arts Institute, Holbaek, Denmark; College of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Chevy Chase, MD
Isle of Palms, SC
St Paul, MN
Linda is a visual artist and educator who designs and creates two and three dimensional works in metal and mixed media. She holds an MFA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and is a former Department Head at Worcester Center for Crafts, and a workshop and arts administrative leader.
San Jose, CA
Brunswick West, VIC
Prairie Village, KS
Nicholas took his first metals and jewelry class in his freshman year of high school. He received his Associate of Fine Arts with Honors from Bucks County Community College in 2017 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art in 2020. He is currently getting his MFA in Metal Design at East Carolina University.
Virginia Beach, VA
San Pablo, CA
San Antonio, TX
I have been studying Silversmithing for the last 3 years in Edinburgh, UK, through SilverHub Studios and am now about to embark on a new adventure studying for the BA (Hons) Degree of Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Glasgow School of Art. My journey is just beginning.
new york, NY
John Sullivan is an artist, metalsmith, and educator, whose work focuses on psychology, neuropsychology, and interpersonal relationships. John explores dysfunctional relationships, psychological disorders, and trauma through wearable objects and performance. John recently received his MFA from SUNY New Paltz and currently teaches art at MSU Denver.
London, Greater London
San Francisco, CA
I am a self taught jewelry designer whose pieces tell a story and aim to serve as tangible memories for the wearer. I strive to incorporate sustainability into all levels of my work considering environmental, economic and social impact.
Japanese-born Hiromi Suter creates delicate and story telling hand pierced jewelry in her Massachusetts studio. With the addition of her new technique of gilding and foiling, she blends with various colors to produce “in between” hues. Her works have been exhibited internationally and nationally including recent exhibition, MAD about Jewelry 2022.
Long Beach, CA
New Paltz, NY
New Paltz Metal BFA Program
In her home studio in a small town south of Chicago, Jen Surine hand fabricates contemporary jewelry. By blending contradictory themes in her designs, like edginess/glamour, sculpture/ethereality, and Art Deco/futuristic, the result is a piece of jewelry that connects with the wearer on multiple levels.
Yuna is a third-year student of OCADU. She is exploring integrating traditional culture into contemporary jewellery design. Personal narratives and experiences also play a big role in the inspiration behind her pieces. In her design, the aesthetic is mainly expressed in the form of curves, including beadworks, spiral motifs, and rounded elements.
Santa Cruz, CA
Liberty Hill, TX
Highlands Ranch, CO
New York, NY
Mercer Island, WA
A studio jeweler influenced by natural forms found in the Pacific NorthWest.
Mexico, Distrito Federal
Melene Kent Jewels specializes in bespoke and permanent jewelry. Permanent jewelry is custom fit and welded without a clasp. My esthetic is timeless, often described as "sophisticated rocker chic", heavily influenced by my heritage, and the 80's. Textures and elements of symbolism are incorporated into each MKJ creation.
Mallory Weston is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, PA. She is an art jeweler and member of JV Collective. In addition to her studio practice, Mallory works as an Associate Professor at Tyler School of Art and Architecture's Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM program at Temple University.
Santa Fe, NM
I’ve made sculptural objects for over fifty years, earned a BFA and an MFA in sculpture, worked for artist jewelers in New York, and installed inspiring art in art museums. My background in these areas came together about thirty years ago when I started carving fine natural jade. I aim to bring finely crafted jade objects to today’s audience.
I am a professional cooking teacher and cookbook author turned jewelry maker. I work with fine metal wires and use wrapping and hammering techniques to make earrings and other jewelry. I have my work in several shops in towns near where I live, in Lambertville, NJ, including the Michener Museum Shop.
Rochester Hills, MI
Hungry Horse, MT
Martin City, MT
Coombes, West Sussex
I make elegant, eccentric, exquisite award winning fine jewellery inspired by the Mid-century Modern and Brutalist aesthetics of the 20th century.