Elizabeth Seidel


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Medium: Jewelry

Artwalk 2017 Location: Historic Morris Avenue

After studying painting in graduate school, I began my career, years ago, as a painter and a teacher.  In my early work I always responded to objects, texture and color. Now, after taking some time off to raise my two beautiful daughters, I’ve taken a renewed interest in art through jewelry making.  In my jewelry making I also respond to texture and color but this time in semi-precious, natural stone and metal instead of paint.  I’m always on the search for an unusual stone that inspires me to create a one-of-a-kind necklace, bracelet or earrings. I use a variety of stones, leather and metals such as copper, brass and silver, in my jewelry.  I wire wrap, hand hammer, and use a variety of techniques to create my simple, strong pieces that make an impression.  I am very interested in creating wearable, affordable, unique jewelry that become that favorite piece you never leave home without.  

 

 

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