This “silver lace” cuff is anything but dainty. Solid silver, this bracelet is comfortably weighty without being heavy. A gorgeous piece, the curve and the cut-outs refract light and color so that the bracelet seems to shimmer.
Modern with an organic feel! Simply stunning.
The inside of the cuff is curved and smooth for a very comfortable fit. Signature piece.
Jerome is absolutely spectacular this time of year. The photo below is the view from Jerome as the sun is setting.
Come out and visit me at the beautiful Zen Mountain Gallery. I am honored to be giving live jewelry making demonstrations and to be showing my latest designs. I always love visiting Zen Mountain – it’s a really nice gallery with so much to see.
Brushed silver with a hand-cut organic line that opens up to a shadowbox that shows the inner workings of the piece. Like a detail mirroring the mokume on the other side, the shape of the cut out swirls around a circle that opens to another shadowbox with copper inside.
The other side is hand-crafted copper and silver mokume with a contrasting turquoise set in a shadowbox. The color of the copper will deepen over time, making this an evolving piece.
Copper, silver, and turquoise reflect the beauty of the southwest.
Hand-crafted hollow form shadowbox. Approximately 1 inch wide by 1 1/4 inches tall by 1/4 inch deep. One-of-of-a-kind.
This sweet little slider pendant has a silver body with a copper top that is hand-carved and is coated with red enamel. Variations in color and texture on the enamel are due to the hand-crafted process of the piece. Classic Native American technique with a contemporary design.
This was a fun piece to make, and I will be experimenting with more designs and colors in the future!
Approximately one inch diameter, 1/4 inch deep. Signed on the back. One-of-a-kind. Hollow form, shadowbox.
This is a juried show and one of the Southwest’s premier Indian-art markets.
Come visit! It would be great to see you there.
Hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday.
The Sharlot Hall Museum is located in the heart of downtown Prescott, two blocks west of the Courthouse Plaza at 415 W. Gurley Street. Admission prices are $10 for Adults (18 and over) and $8 for Museum Members (18 and over). Those aged 17 and under are free.
I have been invited to represent the Yavapai-Apache Nation at the Eiteljorg Museum next week, on June 22nd and June 23rd, for the 2013 Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival. The event will feature top Native American artists from around the country.
I will be displaying several new designs at the festival! I’m really happy with these new pieces.
“The Eiteljorg collects and preserves high-quality Western art and Native American art and cultural objects. Its collection includes artists such as T.C. Cannon, N. C. Wyeth, Andy Warhol, Georgia O’Keeffe, Allan Houser, Frederic Remington, Charles Russell and Kay WalkingStick. The institution’s contemporary Native art collection has been ranked among the world’s best.”
The Eiteljorg Museum is in Indianapolis, located at 500 West Washington St., at the intersection of West and Washington streets, in White River State Park (WRSP). The museum is within walking distance of Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indiana Convention Center and Circle Center Mall.
The show has an entrance fee of $10.00, kids 17 and under enter free.
If you happen to be in Indiana, come on out for a visit!