Lucy Golden has been making jewelry for over 20 years in the White Mountains. Her home and studio are nestled on a 350 acre farm overlooking Franconia Notch. Local lore has it that Robert Frost used to take refuge in this cottage. Lucy started making jewelry in high school, and then took jewelry courses at RISD while earning a BA from Brown University. Lucy loves color and often incorporates it in non-traditional ways into her silver and brass jewelry. She plays with themes in her jewelry that are important to her; local and exotic flora and fauna, and activities in the great outdoors. Lucy is happiest outside, and does much of her work as possible by rivers or in the mountains.
Features two snowflakes on one side, and a miniature shovel on the other.
Measures: 1 1/2″ x 5/8″
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"The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery would like to welcome League-juried artist Terri Talas back to the gallery.
Talas’ vast art experience and background in natural sciences has allowed her to take a piece of the ancient past and bring it into the modern world. Her jewelry is hand-carved from ancient mammoth ivory found in Alaska and Siberia. Talas offers a wide variety of nature designs and ancient symbols, highly detailed and rich in color."
BROWSE TERRI TALAS
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