Passionate about the land and its preservation, this quadruple award-winning artist has turned to “eco(logical)” jewelry and sculpture.
She won four blue ribbons at the same Santa Fe Indian Market – for sculpture, painting, jewelry, and clothing .
Lately, she has been creating enormous, prize-winning sculptures out of recycled materials.
And also, fun and flirty jewelry like these light-as-a-feather hoops.
Created from a former can of black cherry soda, the rich burgundy color is circled in white paint.
A row of tiny, sparkly crystal beads adds bling and dimension, while a beautifully shaped butterfly dangles from the top – also glittering with crystals.
The essence of relaxed fun times, these are flattering conversation starters, that also spread a message of conservation – with light-hearted, creative beauty.