Operator, Designer, Maker, Seller, Buyer, Photographer, Bookkeeper,
Janitor, Dreamer, wearer of many many hats.
the curly tendrils of the fiddlehead to the pattern of rust on an
urban downspout, to the stoney cracked facade of an ancient rock
wall - inspiration comes in all sizes every day for any
reason. I take awe in the creations made from nature as well
as those made by human hands in all mediums. I am not afraid
to leave a scratch here, a dent there. I am a maker.
And I am proud of my artist's hands and wish to leave my mark,
literally and figuratively in the jewelry that I make. My lines are
not parallel, plumb, or square and neither am I. As I rejoice
in the human condition and its flaws, I embrace those parts of me
that aren't perfect as I share my vision with you of what is
I am a
firm fan of opportunity as well as intention and believe we all can
tap the creative spark if we just relax, have fun and have faith in
It's OK not to be
prefect, uh, I mean perfect.
Here is just a sampling of
some of my inspirations. The sparks that light the fire to
create something just a little different.
The Making of a Jewelry
The making of my studio was a very personal endeavor. Particularly since I did it all myelf. From designing to measuring, to framing to drywall, from painting to moving in. It was a lot of work (and thanks to my hubby for helpful tips and wiring -I've got killer lighting!). After many months of planning and about a month of construction, it was finally done! I finally now have a place soley for making jewelry and for Chloe, my official Shop Dog.