July 30, 2019

The term "cabinet of curiosities" describes a collection of items, usually natural history-type objects (anything from biology, geology, ethnography, archaeology, religious or historical relics, works of art, etc). This concept emerged in the 16th century and is what m...

September 20, 2018

In the spirit of the autumn (and also that hashtag-happy Throw Back Thursday), I thought I'd share some jewelry that I don't make too often these days. Several years ago I was deeply invested in investigations of moss and lichen. I had a sharp eye for spying it while I...

August 16, 2018

This necklace represents the joyful result that came from a somewhat painful lesson. I had been hanging on to the bottom stone for a long while. It was part of a parcel of stones I bought, and I didn’t know what it was, and frankly, I didn’t even really like it. But wi...

August 7, 2018

As a jeweler, I love gemstones and crystals, but my love for them extends beyond their use in jewelry. I also use crystals in my daily life as a way to bring focus or intention to something important. A recent example was earlier this summer when I was preparing for so...

May 29, 2018

This summer marks the Metals Collective's fourth annual show at the Bearded Lady's Jewel Box in Portland, ME. We did things a little differently than usual when it came time to choose a theme for this show. Typically we choose a historical object to reinterpret. But th...

February 8, 2018

I'm excited to reveal the Valentine's Day collection of "charms" that I've created for the Metals Collective show, "Charmed" for this February. This romantic show features 10 artists and our interpretations of the classic charm. We'll be exhibiting small collections as...

January 10, 2018

As a jewelry artist, the start of a new year always seems to come so quickly after the chaotic holiday season. I was so excited to learn that 2018 is off to such a special start with a blue moon, a super moon, and a lunar eclipse all in the first month. Part of what fe...

September 12, 2017

Tourmalated Quartz is a great stone to create powerful talismanic jewelry, as it combines the elements of black tourmaline and quartz into one stunning combination that is powerful visually and metaphysically. This is a spiritually grounding combination that deflects n...

August 9, 2017

I recently  finished these custom bridal earrings in sterling silver and blue lace agate. Custom jewelry designs are one of my most favorite things to make, as they are often requested to commemorate a special occasion.

In this case, I worked with the mother of the groo...

August 4, 2017

Dark and moody with flashes of brilliant blue, green, and gold, labradorite is a bewitching scene. Peering into a piece of labradorite is to behold a fiery storm deep within a cloud of gray. 

Labradorite is a wonderful stone for creating talismanic jewelry as...

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