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Sea Flower

'Sea Flower' began as a personal challenge to create a piece where the fine silver and polymer clay truly interact with each other. The finished pendant has a sea-urchin-like appeal.

Fine silver, polymer; 20" sterling  chain;
4.7 cm x 6.2 cm

Limited edition, contact  Cindy 
for availability





The colors within the four Celtic circles interplay with each other against their silver canvas.

Pendant is hand-created using fine silver, polymer, and pigments. An 18" leather cord w/sterling clasp and extender is included.
3.5 cm x 3.5 cm

Limited edition, contact  Cindy 
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Circles Earrings

'Circles Earrings' can be worn by themselves or to match the Circles Pendant. Request green (shown), red, orange, or purple. Colors choices can be seen in the Circles Pendant above.

Fine silver, polymer, and pigments.
2.3 cm x 2.3 cm

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'Mozart' is perfect for a night out on the town and goes with most everything. It's not apparent in the photo, but the black areas enjoy a druzy-like sparkle in the light.

Fine silver, polymer; 20" sterling  chain;
4.7 cm x 6.6 cm

Limited edition, contact  Cindy 
for availability




The polymer in 'Promenade' reminds me of a wool tweed jacket I used to have. It looks as though someone is wearing it as they stroll by an old iron gate.

Fine silver, polymer, acrylic paint
3.5 cm x 3.5 cm

Finalist, 2008 Bead Celebration, Bead Museum, Washington DC



Spring Bound

Recently had the pleasure of taking a workshop with Cynthia Toops at the Philadelphia PC Guild. Her micro-mosaic threads are so small, that a finished piece looks like tapestry to me.

This is my finished class piece.
Fine silver, polymer
4.3 cm x 4.3 cm





Scribbles uses a technique I call Enamel Illusions. The finished piece closely mimics vitreous enamel. More examples can be found on the  workshop page.

Fine silver, ink, resin
2.5 cm x 2.5 cm



Regal Bloom

March 2009
Fine silver, 24K pen-plated, polymer
8 cm x 5 cm



Summer Fare

This piece was designed to participate in Holly Gage's 2008 PMC Conference presentation titled "Gage's Negative Space Caning." More on her technique can be found at

Spring 2008
Fine silver, polymer clay
2.5 mm x 4.6 mm




Fallen Leaf

Fall 2006
Sterling silver, polymer
3.4 mm x 5.5 mm



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