In my studio I am an engineer, an inventor, and a scientist, working to create jewelry that has a history and tells a story.
Starting with a simple sheet of silver, designs are cut, formed and fabricated evolving into wearable art. Vintage coral collected years ago by my Grandma is hand cut with lapidary equipment. Precious gems add some sparkle and compliment the oxidized silver and gold forms.
I fuse antique with space age, balance within asymmetry, and organic with an industrial twist. Jewelry ages with the wearer, gradually picking up patterns of their life. I want those who wear my jewelry to be comfortable with it, and the same time I want it to make a statement.
|Carolyn Morris Bach|
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