Good Carma Jewelry is created from Upcycled materials. We harvest timeworn metals from vintage automobiles, old farm equipment and salvage yards. We combine these elements with fabricated stainless steel and resin enamel.
Upon close examination, everyday life can be extraordinary. It's the hidden humor, duality, and mischief in daily life that inspires my sculptural jewelry, infusing it with surprise. All of the pieces are fabricated by hand in silver & gold.
I work alone in my studio, and hand fabricate everything from 18K gold and sterling silver. I draw my inspiration from a combination of architecture, history and nature. I also enjoy balancing strong structures with delicate textures and patterns.
There is something so satisfying about moving metal. I am also drawn to the obsessiveness of creating these minute compositions. Through my process of hand fabricating, my work comes to life organically, with one thing leading to the next.
Our sterling and gold jewelry designs are kinetic, adjustable, sculptural and original. The process of jewelry making is for us collaborative. Something special happens when we work together which sharpens the relationship to our art.
Hand cut and often recycled acrylic and Bakelite cold joined with sterling silver.
Unique structures and nature inspire me to create jewelry where organic components are set within contemporary frames. I hand-form every piece of polymer clay jewelry. All colors are original colors of polymer.
Roxy's conceptual jewelry is fabricated from re-purposed metal, resulting in a rich fire patina that comes from the material itself, and is carefully coaxed by the artist. Her process is intuitive with unusual results.
Architectural precious metal jewelry with gemstones
Like an accumulation of pencil marks illustrates a picture, I apply a multitude of delicate 24 karat gold threads over silver to depict floating feathers and wind blown prairie grass. Each wisp of pure gold is razor cut and individually torch fused.
I utilize a variety of materials including sterling silver, wood, and enamel to create sculptural jewelry. My work, at once both small-scale sculpture as well as ornament for the body, is a personal interpretation of my immediate surroundings.
I create jewelry in gold and silver and pay close attention to the lines revealed in the forms and shapes that I am making. Line is like an artist's signature. It, along with form, weight and balance are key to making a successful piece of jewelry.
As a designer and maker, I have been involved in contemporary craft for 45 years. My approach to jewelry has always been that less is more. Completely fabricated, my work combines silver and high karat gold.
Olga creates her jewelry by crocheting, stitching and weaving thousands of tiny glass beads together. The earth tone color palette and soft textures make her contemporary designs very versatile and easy to wear.
Eroded landforms and aerial views of agricultural patterns inspire my work. Gold and silver jewelry pieces are fabricated, accented with gemstones, using techniques of fusing, forging, chasing, and reticulation. Each piece is a small-scale reflection.
Sault Jewelry is a collection of one of a kind pieces for men and women. Silver, gold, copper and bronze are soldered, stitched, riveted, fused and forged into unique mixed metal wearable forms of art.
The use of glass bubbles as a repetitious element drives the conceptual content of my work. The jewelry I create challenges perceptions of what glass can and can't do. It appears heavy and fragile, but is surprisingly lightweight and strong.
I am a contemporary jewelry artist that uses traditional metalsmithing techniques as well as modern technologies to create edgy, one of a kind designs. Shapes and textures I find in nature are a constant source of stimulation for my work.
I create modern jewelry that merges my graphic design and furniture making backgrounds, with my interest in mid-20th century design.
My work combines the discipline of architectural training with the exploration of industrial materials. It expresses modern simplicity, with the illusion of effortless design. I strive to expose only the intentional form without gratuitous details.
My creations employ wax sculpting and casting to achieve designs that range from contemporary and geometric patterns to softly sensuous, organic forms. We are drawn to fine gems and cutting styles for the unique design opportunities they present.