Alicia's jewelry is a celebration of nature's boundless creativity. Her designs are inspired by the rich textures and colors found in the natural world, from the tiniest seed to the vast coral reefs. Working with glass, she translates the intricate forms and patterns of nature into her pieces, resulting in an array of breathtaking designs. Alicia's bold use of shapes and hues creates jewelry that is both striking and unique, inviting the wearer to explore the wonder of the natural world.

Anthia Barboutsis is an art jeweller fromToronto, Canada. She studied Material Art and Design from OCAD University inToronto, and graduated in 2021. Anthia’s work is rooted in the realm oftraditional craft, but often draws inspiration from her Greek and IndianHeritage, and from contemporary art and design practices. Her work blendsdisciplines with ideas from across academic fields. With her interest inhistory and philosophy, and her specialty in the merging of textile andjewellery techniques she creates detailed works of jewellery.

Sterling Silver, Copper & Gemstone Jewellery. Inspired by Nature.

Emma is inspired by jewellery’s ability to convey big ideas on an intimate scale, and views the discipline as an accessible art form in contemporary culture. Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Emma is a practicing jewellery artist, freelance writer/editor, and curator. She completed her BFA Major in Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing and Minor in Art History at NSCAD University, and has exhibited nationally and internationally. In 2020, Emma completed the Craft and Design Artist-in-Residence program at Harbourfront Centre. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief/Content Curator of MetalAid ...

Faith Layard, Enamellist, AOCA, BABurlington, Ontario, CanadaSocial Media Contact:https://facebook.com/faithlayard,https://instagram.com/faithlayardenamelAcademic Credentials:BA, Fine Arts, University of Guelph, 1986AOCA, Fine Arts, Ontario College of Art, Toronto, ON, 1985Artist Statement:Faith Layard: I am an active Enamellist/Jeweller/Metalsmith, and part-time Professor in the Jewellery Studies Program at George Brown College in Toronto.“Enamel offers unlimited means to express form, movement, line, and colour, together with brilliance and depth.My enamelling begins with an observation or ...

I am an artist jeweler living and working in Montreal, specializing in the creation of cloisonné enamel jewelry. While this technique traces its origins back to the Byzantine Empire, the use of modern materials and tools have brought this jewelry form firmly into the contemporary jewelry world.Each cloisonné enamel piece begins with a metal base, either copper or fine silver. I then bend fine silver wires into shapes to create small cells (partitions) of designs called cloisons. Each small silver compartment from this design – is carefully placed on the metal surface.I then begin to apply a ...

Kate Gardiner's Rangelands series focuses on large and small-scale features of the Australian landscape in western New South Wales (NSW). For example, the meandering line cut along the edge of each earring traces the line of a sandstone ridge, while silk thread of varying colours suggest either the red soil, or the bright blue midday sky. Similarly, the speckled texture and tone of Kate's brooches are reminiscent of the shell of the emu’s egg, and their concave form suggests the rock overhangs found along the ridgelines, while a fine, saw-pierced line mimics the crevices between boulders, and ...

Kristen Murray - Pearl & Sparrow Jewellery Kristen grew up in the Durham region and from a young age was always creating. Originally accepted to the Ontario College of Art and Design to study graphic design, she discovered the jewellery program by chance and was immediately drawn to creating miniature works of art in sterling silver. She switched her focus and graduated from the Material Art and Design program as a jewellery major. To learn about stones, Kristen earned a Gemmology certificate at George Brown College, and was then accepted into a two-year artist residency at Harbourfront ...

IGNIS BOREALIS is a meditation on the elements that come together to create a hand-forged piece of jewelry. Made with heart and hands in Toronto, Canada by Lori Francescutti.I fell in love with metalsmithing in summer of 2018, after a long history of creative expression in other mediums. In 2010, I graduated from the Ontario College of Art & Design with a degree in Drawing and Painting. After traveling extensively, training as a midwife, and returning to Toronto, I was yearning to create again. I began experimenting with metal on a whim, after being inspired by the incredible Navajo ...

Mengnan Qu graduated from the BFA program at NSCAD University and completed her MFA degree at the State University of New York at New Paltz with a full-tuition scholarship. She is currently teaching in the NSCAD jewellery department. Mengnan has a perceptive, sensitive eye and mind. Her mixed cultural and educational background provides her with a unique outlook on the world. She reconsiders Western society through traditional Chinese culture and rethinks Chinese society by looking at it from an international perspective. Mengnan's work has been exhibited and published in Europe, Asia and ...

Mim Té by Mina Tafazoli is a collection of contemporary handcrafted jewellery inspired by the magic of reflection and light. Influenced by Persian heritage, every item is a piece of wearable art that embodies a woman’s sparkle from the inside out.

Miranda Britton is a jeweller and multi-disciplinary artist based out of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. Art has always been a strong focus in her life and after high school, she relocated to the west coast to study visual art at Vancouver’sSimon Fraser University. In 2006, Miranda indulged a lifelong fascination with personal adornment by enrolling in the Jewellery Essentials program at theHaliburton School of Art & Designand has been making jewellery ever since. Miranda's jewellery pieces are avisual exploration of the manyways that humansconverge with the natural worldand wearing her work ...

I am a jeweller, designer, educator and a problem solver.

Sami Dalby is a Jewellery Artist and Metalsmith. She graduated from the Halliburton School of Art & Design (HSAD) Jewellery program in 2018 where she learned the fundamental skills of designing, forming and finishing and fell in love with the creative possibilities of telling stories with metal.Sami is currently exploring contemporary, modernist, architectural and abstract styles and experimenting with patination, finishes and mixed media. Her studio is at Cramahe Hill Studios at her rural property in Northumberland County. Please visit cramahehillstudios.com or follow on Instagram ...

I make imaginative jewellery with a timeless, whimsical aesthetic. Designed and made in southern Ontario from carefully selected and sourced high-quality materials; each distinct, creative design reflects the love for the fantastic and the extra-ordinary beauty of nature that I share with my customers. Normal 0 false false false EN-CA X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm ...

I have designed and created original handmade chain. I make all the components: signature links of various sizes; jumprings, earring wires, as well as my own creation of a T-clasp closure.I create necklaces, earrings and bracelets, with and without embellishment. I use semi precious stone, glass, ceramic, resin, metal, dyed stones, as well as needle-felted and wet-felted beads, as part of the chain, but also as focal beads and as pendants.I enjoy the challenge of creating each combination of metal and beads. Rhyolite and Carnelian on silver-plated Gold, necklace and earrings. The extra photos ...