Tumalo Art Co. Presents Five Distinctive Northwest Jewelry Makers
From Lillian Pitt's stunning cast sterling native american iconic designs, to vintage beads, found objects and semiprecious stones, this original jewelry provides a variety of styles to choose from, something for every budget, and will delight jewelry lovers.
Amber Bremmer—Semi-precious stone, old trade beads, handmade clasps and unusual finds are Amber's specialty.
Judy Clinton—metal craft, exploring the juxtaposition of different metals, materials and techniques.
Danica Curtright—glass beads are individually crafted using a
centuries old process called lampworking. Rods of Moretti Italian glass
are melted with a special torch and the molten glass is then wound
around a steel rod, creating unique and one-of-a-kind beads.
Danica can easily alter bracelets and necklaces to
fit individual customer needs.
Lillian Pitt—Pacific Northwest Native American artist Lillian Pitt's focus is on creating contemporary works of fine art that delight today’s art lovers, and at the same time, honor the history and legends of her people. Her jewelry is cast sterling silver.
Lynne Magnuson—vintage buttons and repurposed jewelry, beads and found objects.
Beth Yoe—found materials, casting in concrete, using metals and stones and making shapes that reflect the colors and texture of the desert.