I am Cindy Devine from Tarpon Springs Florida. My jewelry business started out with my obsession with jewelry and collecting it! So I decided to make it instead. After a trip to a bead and craft shop, the purchase of some beads and a magazine for inspiration; I was hooked.
I thrive on creating one-of-a-kind, creative and whimsical jewelry that is really "wearable art." I believe that the best jewelry is interesting to look at, fun to wear and a reflection of one's personality. Shopping for unique jewelry is one of life's great pleasures.
"I use sterling silver & found objects soldered & set together to create wearable objects that reference anatomy, nature & the mechanical highlighting the collective & diverse strength of femininity".
Barbara Downey may be the most prolific screen painter of all time. Since 1996 she has hand-painted enough Earring & Jewelry Holders to support 40 Art & Craft shows a year and now this extremely popular e-commerce website too. That's alot of earringholders! barb-booth-painting.jpgWhat...
"Traditional silversmithing & lapidary techniques applied to pendants, bracelets and earrings with emphasis placed on highlighting the natural beauty of the stone".
"All of us at Wendy Kay Designs are extraordinarily proud to present our wearable, one of a kind jewelry art! Up until now we have only shown at juried fine art shows around the United States and that has allowed us to visit some of the most beautiful and sometimes remote parts of the country. ...
Handcrafted semi-precious collection using sterling silver oxidized, natural stones and gold filled ornaments with a Byzantine influence: Turquoise, Labradorite, MoonStones, Quartz are used.
My jewelry features negative space and geometric lines. I take inspiration from mid-century design and architecture. Each piece of silver is cut, formed, soldered and polished or patinaed.
"I am the sole creator of each one of my jewelry designs. The process usually begins by laying out many colorful stones and rare fossils. I move them around until the shapes; colors and textures take on a life of their own, becoming much more as a union than separate elements. The next step is...