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Who’s Wearing Who?

“Who’s Wearing Who?” began with the intent to make a bold statement. After carefully welding and finishing the two forms were shaped into two interlocking spirals then anodized and secured together with a hoop. As with most of my work,…

Seasons

I find inspiration in the world around me; nature, shapes, colors, doors, buildings. You name it, everything has potential to be turned into jewelry. For this piece, I took inspiration from nature depicting changing seasons, namely, falling leaves, changing colors,…

Voronoi Peaks Multiple Triangle Articulated Pendant

From Erika: “I love that I can take my ideas and leverage the same CAD software used to design buildings, household products, landscapes and furniture to realize my jewelry designs. Or that I can start and finish a project on…

Carnelian Duesy Earrings–after a 1930 Model J Duesenberg

The Duesy earrings are based on my seeing for the first time the incredibly beautiful 1930 Model J Duesenberg car in an auto museum, now closed, in Sam Marcos, Texas. There was both a red Duesy and a blue Duesy,…

Cornish Sea Stone Ring

Inspired by the bays along the beautiful north coast of Cornwall, this ring holds a piece of one in its heart. Silver tendrils of seaweed and bubbles suspend a found Cornish sea stone over a pool of shimmering ocean-colored enamels…

Salt & Hewn

The way we adorn ourselves speaks a thousand words. The jewelry you will find here is meant to live with you. It is to take you to the casually luxurious and beyond. I make each piece with care and curiosity…

Broken Waters #4

I created this work in response to the multitude of vulnerable experiences I had as a mother of young twins. Filling the sac with liquid, protected only by a thin membrane is a metaphor for what it was like to…

Precipe

For the artist, this cuff symbolizes the year 2020. All that we know, seems to be breaking free of its foundation and sending us plummeting over a cliff into an abyss of isolation and fear. The world seems to be…

The Cosmic Ring

The Power of Rings. What makes a ring powerful? Is it the interplay of shifting light, shadow, and depth created by the unique combination of colors, or is it the vintage surface that recalls memories and projects unmistakable power? I…

Committal Embrace

As a child, it was a standard part of my life to spend time with my sister, Mother, and Great Aunts hanging clothes out on the clothesline to dry and returning hours later to retrieve and fold all the laundry….

Sunlight in Trees Necklace, detail

I am amazed by the complexity and beauty of the natural world. My ongoing series of work is focused on the origins of life on Earth, evolution, and the carbon cycle. As a jeweler and metalsmith, I am fascinated with…

Flutter Pendant

I blend jewelry making, glass cold-working, & lapidary skills to create luminous color-shifting designs. The glass technique I use is called ‘cold-working’ & is similar to lapidary (cutting gemstones) because solid glass is sculpted while at room temperature, submerging in…

Homage to Mary Pickford

From a 40-piece collection of necklaces inspired by and celebrating outstanding Canadian women. To date the travelling exhibition has been shown in 20 venues across Canada and one in the USA. “America’s Sweetheart”, Mary Pickford was one of the first…

Swell

I portrayed my inner experience with performances, jewelry pieces, and sculptures. I examine the different values of red and, by using voice and tactile sensation, describe my inner experience. The weirdness of randomness and the beauty of math logic happening…

Modern Mokumé

I’ve always been fascinated by the the processes used in the ancient Japanese metal arts. In my most recent work with mokumé gané I start by fusing, forging and patterning a billet of mixed metals using somewhat traditional methods. I…

I remember Colors (mangrove)

Through my work, I explore the quotidian, my everyday relationship with what surrounds me — little and intimate happenings or places that inspire me and become an intrinsic part of my work. How the experience of a place makes me…

Ethereal Flower

Eternal Flower pendant, created out of recycled plastic – one of the most harmful materials impacting our environment – represents the hope for the indestructibility of the nature. Materials used: PET1 plastic, sterling silver, amethyst, fishing line. Hand fabricated, dyed.

Lincoln Lincoln Log

“Lincoln Lincoln Log” is a brooch in a series of work that references Lincoln. Given my passion for exploring historical matter to provide commentary, I participated in a year long residency at the University of Illinois Springfield where I researched…

Autumn Remembrance

My work is about remembering, love and longing, and finding solace through reflections of the past. By preserving memories and the stories they hold, in paper, metal, and enamel I am reconnected to those loved and lost and able to…

El Beso

This Neck Piece – El Beso – is part of a one of a kind series I made for my solo exhibition “Love” inspired in the best description of a Kiss I’ve ever read in my life by the master…

Under a Microscope

My jewelry designs distill the abstract essence of natural landscapes and physical and scientific phenomena. When I discovered vitreous enameling, it unleased the power of color and expanded options for texture in my designs. I employ a variety of enameling…

Seedpod

Imagine a springtime breeze, the sound of trees, and a helicopter seedpod spun down from a giant maple, weaving her way around your finger, beginning to dance and sprout right there, on your body, in your eyes… that is this…

3-stone Bezel Set Emerald Cut Sapphire Ring

18K yellow gold bezel set emerald cut ring with one 4.55ct. certified vivid pink sapphire, one 3.04ct. orange sapphire, and one 2.01ct. teal sapphire, 9.60ct. total weight

The Poetic Lines of Architecture: Blue and White

This series of artworks takes the personally perceived most iconic architectural structures in Macau as the creative theme for the eight pieces in this series. These buildings are located on Macau’s three islands, and Portuguese-style bricks are traditionally utilized for…

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