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Singara

The most striking quality of my artwork is its vitality. I want my work to have pent-up energy, a graceful, intense life of its own; for it to be independent of the object it may represent. Art-making offers me a…

ice pin for Larry

My studio practice is an exploration of ideas. Starting with the familiar; fragments from nature, memories or reflections, I begin by building studies. The process of making, from the choice of materials to how the piece is fabricated continually informs…

Nestleate

My work explores the interdependence between humans and the biological world around us. Forms and imagery combine to become sculptural manifestations of acceptance of mortality. I find beauty in the forms associated with decay, signifying the unending cycle of life…

Family Tree

“Family Tree” is a captivating earring art piece that encapsulates the essence of cherished childhood memories through the innovative use of recycled plastic. This unique creation features an array of meticulously crafted family portraits. The interplay of the eco-conscious choice…

Incoming Storm

I am looking at hurricane damaged landscapes photographed from above – from planes or helicopters as they survey and record the damage wrought by our ever more severe hurricane seasons. The post-storm scattered mess of flora, building materials, and ephemera…

Mitsuro Hikime 1

22 years ago, I dove into the realms of metalsmithing and gemology. My journey as an artist has been a symphony of creativity, technical skill development, and a dash of sparkling curiosity. As a GIA G. G. and a passionate…

Chronos

I often start with a castoff piece of enamel or silver that just seems like it might have a story to tell. This torch fired enamel was plucked from a box in a moment of boredom and sat on the…

BEETLE Bug pendant

Inspired by motifs from the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, I try to interpret the details of what defined these eras into modern, minimal jewelry and big, bold, statement pieces. My primary materials are sterling silver, copper and titanium—adding color through…

Security Blanket – Patterned Protection

My work is typically a look inward at the trauma, dysfunction, awkwardness, or emotional state of self. Through introspection, I create repeated patterns and icons that relate back to familiar or personal subjects or recreate specific or hoarded items in…

Bush Baroque

Ximena’s current studio practice investigates landscape and topography as an expression of location and identity. Bush Baroque is the personal re-interpretation of Canberra’s landscape through a baroque lens, surrounded by centuries-old eucalyptus trees. In this body of work, Ximena returns…

Round Bloom

As a jeweler, I explore the inherent malleability of metal, forming organic shapes and interpreting natural forms. My work is influenced by my time spent living on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, reflecting the colors, textures, and forms of…

Elevate

I am intrigued by the structure of things. The visual vocabulary of architectural elements, agricultural implements and industrial processes tells a story. The shapes, textures and connections of the materials I use are part of that story. My work expands…

Loons

Brie Flora fabricates wearable art and wall sculptures primarily out of steel, brass, and silver. Brie applies powder coat and illustrations to the surfaces, taking inspiration from folk art, fantasy, and nature to merge her love for drawing and metal…

Resiliance

My work is the manifestation of the sacrifices and resilience of my ancestors. The symbolism and iconography represented is a visual iteration of their genetic, cultural, and spiritual kinship that has a common foundation in the land, animals, and resources…

Tropic Eden

Nature is my muse. She instills in me a visual vocabulary of endless possibilities that inform my aesthetics whatever form they take. All my pieces are sculptural studies—explorations of the structures, colors, patterns, and textures I encounter at the point…

Various Morse Code Bracelets and Necklaces

Jewelry should be more than just beautiful. It should possess a specific intention, even if its meaning is exclusive to the wearer. Trisha Flanagan’s latest designs using Morse Code embody this notion, highlighting that jewelry must transcend being solely decorative…

Home Alone

“Home Alone”. I created this piece during the shelter-in-place of 2020 and it’s all fabricated from 165 feet of hand mill rolled 1/8” silicon bronze rod. Each of the individual bronze pieces were TIG welded together to create a safe…

Teton Statement Necklace

The beauty of the natural world such as the floral whorls of lupine and dramatic landscapes of the Tetons inspire me to co-create with the earth. Traditional metalsmithing techniques allow me to transform raw materials into wearable works of art….

ARCHAEA 1.1.2

A multidisciplinary artist, she mainly works in the discipline of jewellery, photography and drawing. Her approach revolves around questions of power issues, as well as the construction of identity in a given space-time. The properties of materials and their power…

Cuff for the Alluvial Fan

This is a bracelet fabricated from copper, argentium silver, and fine silver mesh. The textures and form are my response to visiting the Alluvial Fan at Rocky Mountain National Park.

Fiddlehead Bridal Headpiece

This piece is inspired by Scandinavian bridal crown traditions and created using fine silver filigree techniques unique to traditional regional Norwegian bunad (national costume) silver. The fiddlehead fern shape is a beautiful form found in nature and I seek to…

Darach ársa

I was given a slice of Bog Oak maybe 10 or 12 years ago by a friend and have intended to create something beautiful with it ever since. This year I decided to finally make the first cut into this…

Big Beaded Felt Necklace

It’s no accident I make textile jewelry. I’ve been sewing all my life. In high school I could start a dress in the morning and wear it that night on a date. I taught myself metalsmithing to give the textile…

Growth and Leaves

This piece was made by reusing hand-cut leaves with chasing detail from another project to frame a bezel-set ocean jasper cabochon. It is a favorite of mine because after a period of immense growth as a metalsmith, I relaxed and…

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