I sculpt my ceramic necklaces from high-fire porcelain. The colors, textures, and surface qualities are derived from the selection of glazes that I create myself. I use 24 Karat gold and white gold in the last firing to accent and infuse the pieces with a lustrous finish.This necklace is inspired by a landscape from Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, which is a world heritage site. It is a direct impression of a stone from the 10 mile long Fiord; a narrow arm of the sea bordered by steep cliffs that was formed by glacial erosion. The detail in the middle is inspired by the “Table Lands”, a mountain also in the park made from the material from beneath the crust of the earth. It is reversible, featuring a scene form the park.
I regard my jewelry as art meant to be worn. For lasting enjoyment, please handle and store your piece safely.