It's been definitely too long since my last "Artisans I love" post. Too bad, because I truly believe in sharing and supporting the work of the artists we love, and that's why today I am introducing three different jewelry creators from three different continents. And each one seems to have a different favourite material! : )
Let's start from old Europe, with the Spain-based artist Sarah Robinson. Her shop, La Chica de los Anillos (meaning "The girl of the Rings" in Spanish) is a collection of stunning silver pieces. Every ring is unique, featuring organic shapes with an occasional touch of colour. I fell in love with her creations the very moment I saw them, and I am seriously tempted by these little treasures. Hope you will like them too! : )
From Spain to Australia now, and from silver to wood, with the lovely work of Jacqueline Chan from Whimsy Milieu. I love her funny lasercut bamboo rings, so casual and colorful. I guess the Mountain Rings are my favourite, but all of her animal ears pieces (bear, bunny, cat, deer) are super cute too! : )
And the last step leads us to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to discover the beautiful creations of Kimberly Huestis, from Porcelain and Stone. Minimal and precious, her handsculpted rings are inspired by little nautical findings, such as pebbles or seashells. She even used a real sea urchin to mold some of her pieces!
I really hope you like these little creations from independent jewelry makers. As usual, I am in no way rewarded for my posts, except from your lovely comments of course! : )
Wish you all a nice week,