Alexandra Page

Alex Page was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. Pursuing a career in art, Alex attended Appalachian State to study Graphic Design in 2014. Many of her passions emerged here, especially traveling and metalsmithing. Since then, her goal has been to “Adventure Through Jewelry.” Guided by a desire to obtain design inspiration and objects to set or cast, she explores different states and countries. Alex has studied, lived, and backpacked through Europe, created out of her minivan driving cross country, and exhibited at Encise Gallery in Barcelona and Munich Jewellery Week. Currently, she runs her small handmade jewelry business while traveling the world for inspiration and the East Coast for markets.

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Lilith Lips

Date of Creation: July 13, 2022

List of Materials: 14k gold

Dimensions: 0.62 x 0.27 x 0.5 inches

Photographer's Name: Natasja Mia Yde

Model's Name: Alexandra Page

Conceptual Statement: Lilith is a traveler, unbounded by time, as her myth evolves and permeates cultures. Legend has it, Lilith was the first woman, before Eve. The Lilith Ring represents the innate power of women and celebrates their wild spirit. It is a reminder to be independent and listen to your ancient and wise soul. My soul was screaming for this attention when I decided to walk the Camino de Santiago. Following the shells leads you through nature on a path to discovering your authentic self (inspiring the Camino Shell Earrings). The walk is tough requiring focus and dedication, but joy manifests itself constantly as our primal soul is finally satisfied being in the moment. I met Natasja there, walking with her for a couple weeks. 7 months later, we captured these pieces in a photo-shoot in Copenhagen. She appears in solitude with only her skin, showing the vulnerability of discovering oneself, a gold disco ball, playfully reflecting herself and her surroundings, and nature, alluding to Eve.

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Camino Shell Earrings

Date of Creation: 13/10/2022

List of Materials: 14kt gold, stone (onyx, carnelian, or black opal)

Dimensions: 0.84 x 0.82 x 0.18 inches

Photographer's Name: Natasja Mia Yde

Model's Name: Alexandra Page

Conceptual Statement: Lilith is a traveler, unbounded by time, as her myth evolves and permeates cultures. Legend has it, Lilith was the first woman, before Eve. The Lilith Ring represents the innate power of women and celebrates their wild spirit. It is a reminder to be independent and listen to your ancient and wise soul. My soul was screaming for this attention when I decided to walk the Camino de Santiago. Following the shells leads you through nature on a path to discovering your authentic self (inspiring the Camino Shell Earrings). The walk is tough requiring focus and dedication, but joy manifests itself constantly as our primal soul is finally satisfied being in the moment. I met Natasja there, walking with her for a couple weeks. 7 months later, we captured these pieces in a photo-shoot in Copenhagen. She appears in solitude with only her skin, showing the vulnerability of discovering oneself, a gold disco ball, playfully reflecting herself and her surroundings, and nature, alluding to Eve.

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Spread Legs

Date of Creation: 05/02/2021

List of Materials: Sterling Silver

Dimensions: 1 x 5 x .25 inches

Photographer's Name: Ross Gassaway

Model's Name: Rachel Rubish, Salem Solx

Conceptual Statement: I create “Kinky and Frisky Jewelry for the Risky” with the understanding that it is risky to take ownership of one’s pleasure. My work is a humorous yet elegantly subtle examination of the ways I take risks in art, adventure, and intimacy to create my own authentic pleasure. The awkwardness of vulnerability and the curiosity of exploring sources of bliss inspire my design decisions. Many things in the world of indulgence are interpreted as taboos. In this photoshoot, we did not want to ignore these taboos but embrace them and the sexual nature of the jewelry. We wanted to create a luxurious and sensual environment full of different contrasting textures and ideas. An overtly sexual figure holds the mirror, yet the jewelry model is mostly covered up. Her facial expression portrays empowerment as she gazes in the mirror with these spread legs around her neck. She is taking control of her sexuality and pleasure. Al the Rebel Jewelry is a reminder that you control yourself and your pleasure

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