Fine Silver Jewelry and Beadwork
Jocelyn’s beadwork and fine silver pieces have been shown in galleries from Arizona to Holland and featured in publications such as the book, Bead Art, PMC Guild Annuals I and II, and Sojourns Magazine.
At sixteen, Jocelyn got her first job at a local bead store and instantly fell in love with beads and jewelry. She earned a degree in Theater Arts and Dance from the prestigious Oberlin College & Conservatory and then studied at the New School of Visual Concepts in Seattle, where she completed an internship in fabric design. Most recently she has fallen in love with the art and craft of precious metal clay.
Jocelyn creates one-of-a-kind wee artworks of fine silver, beads, semi-precious gemstones, and fibers. Her unique, private commission projects include:
– LifeBoxes – Boxes containing symbolic references to one’s personal life
– StoryBowls – Bowls inscribed with symbols & words meaningful to the artist
– Sacred Necklaces – Reconstruction of antique family rosaries that reflect the beliefs of the individual wearer and honors the prayers of the past
Jocelyn has recently moved to New Mexico, but her work can still bee seen here with advance notice.