Wire weaving appeals to my need for fiddly work, and I find the symmetry and repetition wonderfully soothing to do, and mesmerizing to see. Out of a frustrating lack of useable sea glass, I create my own, using glass bottles and a rock tumbler, and I name it accordingly. Bombay Glass, for example, started out as a Bombay Sapphire gin bottle.
Russian Glass with Silver
This pendant features Russian Glass (from a vodka bottle), with Silver-plated Copper wire and beads.
Vintner's Glass & Copper
This pendant explores a dizzying maelstrom of green glass and copper.
Bombay Glass & Copper #1
Glowing blue glass is embraced by waves of copper.
Bombay Glass & Copper #2
My goal for this pendant was to explore how the necessary physical structures of a piece can be used ornamentally.
Silver Lace Jasper & Silver
The largest pendant to date, this piece features Silver Lace Jasper with Silver-plated Copper wire.
Turquoise & Copper
A classic combination, this cuff bracelet is composed of Natural Turquoise and Copper.
Bombay Glass & Brass
This large statement ring is composed of blue glass and brass.