Once, I walked in a dense fog and found myself standing among a herd of deer. The inscription on this stacking ring set is a fragment of a story I wrote about the encounter: “They stepped around me on invisible legs, their horns soft as wings against the swirling ether. I held my breath. They paid no mind. I wondered if we were ghosts.” Ring set. Enamel, copper, sterling silver, etched, torch fired.
“We Were All Ghosts,” Stacking Rings. Enamel, sterling silver, original micro-poem; hand painted, torch fired, hand fabricated.
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𝘊𝘩𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘵𝘺 Brooch in progress. Vitreous enamel; hand painted, torch fired. This is one of a series of art jewelry pieces incorporating dead, flightless, and falling birds. I designed these pieces to provoke a strong sense of compassion and charity; they are my response to a pervasive callousness, a call for empathy for others.