Inspired by the Wyoming Lifestyle, these artists utilize different techniques and medias.
Leslie Irving uses fused glass in the UWYO Cowboy colors of brown and gold and for variation, blue and pink sporting the bucking horse or Steamboat. She also created beautiful fashion jewelry using eye- catching dichroic glass in various colors.
Jackie Olaveson uses components of bullet casings, antler slices, concrete, copper, brass and silver metals, and stones from Glendo Reservoir, to create her unique jewelry.
Teresa Massey creates angel designs and utilizes various component to bring her vision to life. She uses vintage flatware to make unique one-of-a-kind jewelry.
Erika Rogers hand dyes and braids horsehair into stylish necklaces, bracelets, hat bands, boot bling, earrings and keychains. She utilizes two different technique. Braiding and also Hitching, both detailed and unique. Many items she creates come from the hair from her horses. She also creates the above jewelry as memorials for horse lovers, who have lost a horse and want jewelry from their favorite steed.
Kristie Brown creates a wide variety of jewelry utilizing enameling techniques and hammered or pressed metal clay. Some of her best sellers include birds of prey and the Wyoming Indian Paintbrush State Flower.
Robin Guffey takes polished stones and gems and creates stylish and intricate wire wrapped jewelry. Using .995 silver wire she creates the most detailed and intricate designs!
Laura Vietti shows her love of fossils and bones in her 3- D Printed jewelry.
Dave and Georgia Rowswell create fashionable western jewelry from rawhide. These very lightweight earrings are a hit with all ages, from the small, very lightweight to the large, bold and audacious hoops and all sizes in between!
Janice White hikes, finds and digs her own rocks. Then cuts and polishes them. She uses a very simplistic design to allow the natural beauty of the stone to shine through.
Lindsey Griffin also hikes, finds and digs many of her own rocks and crystals. They are then cut and polished and set into very simple or very detailed wire weaving, each a unique work of art. Be sure to check out her listings with her "how to" video links included.
Terry Kreuzer, mixed media artist and craftswoman designing and creating one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces utilizing mixed metals, including recycled embossed silver plate and some brass & copper, accented by hammering and unique semi-precious stones and antique trade beads.
Tom and Laura Gaddis takes Wyoming's natural jade, and cuts, carves, polishes it into beautiful jewelry. Some pieces are sole focal pieces while others are created into fashionable jewelry,utilizing trade beads, small stone beads or "chips". You can also find petrified wood, or other stones like turquoise, spiny oyster, and pearls incorporated into these one of a kind, collectable jewelry art.