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Artist: Amy O’Connell - Showcase
Email: amy@ezmo.com
Orchid Gallery: http://www.ganoksin.com/orchid/amy.htm

Amy O’Connell, a self taught jewelry artist born in Northampton,
Massachusetts has recently relocated to the San Francisco Bay
area from Iowa City, Iowa. She began handcrafting jewelry in 1992
when she cofounded a body jewelry workshop. Drawing upon her
training in the visual arts including design, sculpture, and work
with miniatures, jewelry became a natural outlet. Her designs
have evolved from steel to traditional work in silver and
semi-precious stone. Amy has synthesized a unique style, blending
her experience in the arts with a fascination for the art of
personal adornment.

Showing:

Jurrasic Fossil Neckpiece

Sterling Silver Neckpiece with Diosaur Bone and Amber on a heavy
double choker. Pendant is 4" x 3 1/2" on a 16" chain.

Sun/Moon Series

Full Moon Earrings: The craters are pierced and slightly domed.
Sterling 3/4"

Moon Choker: Sterling Silver choker with large apricot moonstone
caged pendant. Cage is 1 1/4" on a handmade loop-and-loop chain.
14k gold rivets.

Large Moon Ring: The domed and pierced top is 1 1/4" wide and
holds a 15mm high domed peach moonstone. The “moon dome” is held
to the shank by 14k gold rivets. The shank is textured by
hammering and is 8x2mm thick.

Eclipse Rings: The tops are domed and pierced and hold a
sunstone. The “moon dome” is held to it’s base by 14k gold
rivets. The shank is textured by hammering and is 6x2mm thick.
Small 1/2", Medium 3/4"

Pyramid Necklace

This necklace is formed from heavy gauge sterling silver with a
hand engraved surface and 14k gold bands. The stone is a
sodalite and the chain is a hand made loop-and-loop design.
Pendant is 3"x 1 1/2" on a 20" chain.

The Orchid Gallery is the visual front of the Orchid list. It is
here where we show each other with our creations. Send us your
entry as an Email attachment to service@ganoksin.com [Lapidary,
gem cutters and gem carvers are also welcome to participate!]

http://www.ganoksin.com/orchid/gallery.htm