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Spring Radiolaria

Spring Radiolaria brooch/necklace began as an enlarged hand drawing of a microscopic creature. Mental deconstructing the zooplankton during the hand drawing phase, I morphed the creatures into flat layers which would rebuild as a 3D form. CAD software ingested the…

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…

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…

Mining Necklace

I often use imagery and details of industrial structures, surfaces and interiors that are meant to be ambiguous as to their location. By pairing industrial imagery with natural elements, such as wildflowers that remediate the soil of shuttered factories, nature’s…

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…

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….

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…

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…

Temporal Resonance #33 & 34

My work explores the idea of control: both in the physical world and within our own consciousness. I am fascinated by the means of control we encounter and the unseen structures and systems that modify our experiential reality. This tension…

Small Chunk Necklace

Made from silver plate tray, brass wire fused with bits of silver. The thin layer of silver on the brass plate has moved, clumped, and revealed some of the underlying brass. Because the metal has a rough patina, I don’t…

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,…

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…

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…

Fruit Ants

This piece is an all around laser etched ants and pierced mother of pearl fruits with sterling silver backings, and 18K yellow gold prongs.

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….

Oxidized Yellowstone Leaf Pendant With Keum Boo

I create unique textures utilizing original photographs I have taken in our National Parks. I etch the design into a texture plate and then roller print or emboss the design onto my metal. Each piece of jewelry in my Yellowstone…

Hand Fabricated Carved and Chased Ring

Hand Fabricated, carved and chased 18K yellow gold and platinum ring with diamonds.

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…

Kelp Crab on Kelp

During the pandemic shutdown, I paused adding to my jewellery inventory and used the unstructured time to design and fabricate a large sculptural installation – a copper kelp forest. Using anticlastic raising, I forged copper kelp fronds to created a…

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