As artists, we channel our experiences and interaction with our environment into our own iconography and jewelry. We try to express our fascination with light, energy, and powerful form by using natures finest elements to produce a collection of jewelry that sings with the same excitement we feel.
Such diverse themes as architecture, the Art Deco movement, Nature in her myriad forms ,Victorian lace, and flight are continually explored on the sketchbook page. Study models are developed , gemstones are selected, and after much thought and care, the final design is created. The utmost care is employed in every phase of the jewelry making process , and is reflected in the workmanship and materials of each piece.
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