Cheyenne is one of the artists honored by inclusion in the museum show “Changing Hands: Art without Reservation, Contemporary Indian art of the Southwest”, which traveled from New York’s prestigious American Craft Museum 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, serene, simplicity. Instead of high contrast, there is the muted sense of twilight, when the light softens and shadows blend into each other. Triangles of 24 karat gold randomly float on the softly crosshatched sterling surface. On the rimmed, flat surface, similarly crosshatched polished domes emerge like mini volcanos from the plain, adding another subtle contrast of texture and form These earrings exude zen elegance and timeless chic. Spend a little; look like a million!
Sterling Silver, 24K Gold
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