Just got these photos back from my good friend Tara Locklear, aren't they great? These pieces were both in my senior exhibition.
My favorite is the Keeper necklace, it's such a statement piece that I can imagine a shaman wearing. I call it the keeper because the turtle is said the be the keeper between realms of earth and water and combined with the beaver which is a builder of it's home, and is constantly working at perfect it's goal of building a dream.
The Deep Sea necklace is very close to home for me, the black coral is from Panama and the ammonite was gifted to me from a dear friend (Kat Cole). It represents the change in time and how water can transform wildlife to a state of permanency.
I hope you like and thank you for visiting!
|The Keeper, cast bronze from a turtle shell, copper, silver and beaver teeth|
|The Keeper back detail.|
|Deap Sea necklace. Black coral, ammonite, and sterling silver.|
|Deap Sea close up.|