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Jocelyn Hunter

"For me, making jewelry is all about working with the stones. The silver adds value, of course, and allows the stones to be worn. I purchase my gems already cut and polished from various lapidary artists, then I design around the stones. I use a process called hand fabrication which ensures that each piece of jewelry is unique. The silver is hand cut and formed, various elements soldered together, the stones carefully set, and then the whole piece is polished by hand. It's important to me that the final product is comfortable and effortless to wear. I am inspired by the stones and the earth energy they hold. In a previous life, I spent a lot of time on the rock as a technical rock climber. But these days I spend more time with rocks in my hands and wearing them. I am especially motivated to work with opals from Australia, American turquoise, all manner of fossils, and anything with natural textures and interesting forms. My work has been characterized as "other worldly and under water" and lately seems to exhibit a certain fluidity and flow. Perhaps it just reflects this perfect time in my life when things are moving along as they should be."

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