Category for Jewelry Art

Helen Sanderson

Helen Sanderson / Horse Creek Jewelry “My hope is to pass on a memento handmade with postive energy and love, to make you smile and feel joy.” – Helen Sanderson  Helen’s jewelry is handcrafted in recycled and reclaimed gold, silver and natural gemstones. Meticulously create by hand with heart, soul, love and good energy here …

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Sara Krempel

Sara Krempel For over 45 years, Sara has been working in non-ferrous metals. Her fascination with metal working continues because the number of techniques and the combinations of techniques for working with metal is an endless exploration. Sara Krempel is professor emeritus at Central Oregon Community College where she taught jewelry/metalwork, ceramics and three-dimensional basic …

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Suzy Williamson

Suzy Williamson For over 25 years, Suzy has been hand fabricating jewelry from silver, gold, copper and brass. Her introduction to metals came from an early job as a dental technician where she was trained to make teeth out of gold and learned metal working fundamentals. Later, while living in Alaska in the mid-90s, she …

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Anne von Heideken

Anne von Heideken As a child, Anne loved to collect rocks and today she finds herself collecting the treasures to create “wearable art.” Drawn to jewelry making after a trip to the Southwest, Anne became inspired by the Native American women of the Pueblos who work primarily in turquoise, shell, coral and hand carved fetishes. …

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Larissa Spafford

Larissa Spafford For as long as she can remember, Larissa has been making some form of jewelry. In 1998, fresh out of high school, she discovered her passion for lampwork glass bead making. She has been happily expressing her creativity and love of color ever since. Larissa has shown her jewelry at juried fine art …

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Julia Kennedy

Julia Kennedy After a career as a journalist and a high-tech marketer, Julia indulged her creativity by learning to bead. During the past decade, she has shown her jewelry at many juried art shows across the Northwest. Julia’s art is called beadweaving: sewing tiny and larger beads together with a needle and thread. She uses many …

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