Her work was included in the New York City museum show “Changing Hands: Art without Reservation, Contemporary Indian art of the Southwest”, which traveled across the country, a few years ago.
Unusually, she studied metalsmithing from Korean and Scandinavian masters, as well as Navajo mentors closer to home.
All these influences find resonance in her uniquely designed, technically challenging pieces.
These perfectly formed earrings are the essence of classic, minimalism.
Perfect circles of rolled silver are bisected by a strip of corrugated silver, for a simple and unexpected effect.
Bits of 24-karat gold gleam softly, along this pleated band, adding a bit of sunlight to the misty finish of the silver.
Instead of high contrast, there is a muted palette, emphasizing texture and form.
These unique earrings exude contemporary, but timeless, chic.
Spend a little; look like a million – and no one else.