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Spring and Growth and Jewelry

Spring and Growth and Jewelry

Spring is a season of growth and my life as a studio jeweler follows this seasonal pattern as new jewelry is budding. Society is waking slowly as we emerge from the darkest period of the pandemic and I am feeling renewed as an artist and maker. Do you live local to the DC-metro area? I am thrilled to share that you can now purchase my jewelry in a shop dedicated to creatives living and working in, and in close proximity to, Washington, DC. You can now shop a selection of my jewelry in-person or online at Shop Made in DC in Georgetown. I...

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Winter Swim Inspired Statement Necklace

Winter Swim Inspired Statement Necklace

Inspired by this watery place, this pendant seeks to capture the essence of my winter swim spot. 

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The quiet month(s) for designing & making

The quiet month(s) for designing & making

I find comfort in objects made and used by people from hundreds or thousands of years ago.  Their objects and their architectural remains are evidence that we endure -- through tumultuous political and social upheaval, we strive, and we make better.

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The Beauty of Gray

The Beauty of Gray

LOL - of course I am drawn to the new Pantone colors for 2021 as they are close to my chosen brand colors :)   My preferred yellow is a little bit more chartreuse and I love gray. There could be any number of reasons for this love of gray - I originally hail from New England and I tend to like colder temperatures, wintertime makes me feel really good, and gray is such a winter color. Maryland doesn’t often give a gift of lasting snow, but we do get some brilliant gray and cozy foggy mornings. In my jewelry...

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learning to self model & faffing about this Fall

learning to self model & faffing about this Fall

I am not going to lie, these pandemic days are hard on the soul and I have done a little too much faffing about*.  I love that phrase "faffing about" and it too often defines my days. But I strive everyday to be productive in some way as I stay home and stay pretty strictly socially distanced.  We all need to find a space to foster mental health, and for me that always leads to water.  It is cold here in Maryland, but I am still finding the time to swim in the open water a couple-few times a week. ...

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