Summer Sunsets – July 2019
Summer evokes a memory from my past that involves a spectacular sunset, friends, and care-free days. As I set out to map out collections for this year, I wanted to carry this memory forward and capture it in jewelry. Thus, the Summer Sunsets collection was born, and it forced me to use golds, pinks, and yellows, colors I normally shy away from. Read more about my inspiration behind this collection.
Spring Pantone – April 2019
Spring is a transition season for me. As the days get longer and the weather gets nicer, I find myself searching for colors to add to my wardrobe. With the Spring 2019 Pantone colors as my palette, I created this collection filled with vibrant colors. Read more about my inspiration behind this collection.
Spring Snow – April 2019
When you live at 5,280 feet, winters stretch a bit longer than they may in other areas. The nice thing about early spring in Colorado is that the weather will alternate between sunny and warm one hour, with a snowstorm the next hour. Early flower blooms need to be prepared.
With this in mind, I set out to craft the Spring Snow jewelry collection. Read more…
Sparkling Snow – March 2019
There’s something magical about the world when it snows.
Everything becomes quiet, the world is at peace, and my mind is completely calm. And once the sun comes out and hits the snow, it sparkles and shines in completely beautiful ways. This was the inspiration for the Sparkling Snow jewelry collection. Read more…
Pretty in Pink – February 2019
For years, pink was not a color I enjoyed wearing. For this reason, I didn’t want to design any of my jewelry using the color unless specifically asked to. I created this line with the intention of embracing a complex color and making it the forefront of my designs. Read more…
Into the Woods – January 2019
Drawing upon the winter season deep in the forests, this jewelry line mixes dark green, red, white, copper, and bronze elements into accessories that can be worn the full winter season. Inspiration came from many trecks on snowshoes in the winter. Read more…