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“Creating jewelry is such a personal process,” says Susan McVicker. “I have found that combining metals, precious and semi-precious stones, leather, and diamonds inspires me to create unique jewelry. Trying new and unfamiliar combinations excites me.”
Her grandfather was a gold and silver plater. "I spent summers in his workshop and was fascinated with his craft," Susan notes. "I found a box of gold plated coins in my mother’s closet. After making bezels and attaching the coins to leather, I gave them to my sisters and nieces. That was the beginning of SMJ."
A working artist for 10 years, Susan notes that each piece of jewelry tells a story. “Metal working and leather crafting collide to shape truly collectable pieces. Each creation is a unique, timeless, wearable treasure.”
The "BRAE" -- a snake vertebra necklace. It is a unique, unusual piece of jewelry.
Sculpture. I would love to work with clay, stone, and metal on a bigger scale.
Frida Kahlo -- She did not "over think" her works.