Mary gohman (map #106)
St. Cloud, MN
I carve the wax, cast and fabricated pieces in sterling and 14k gold. I also like to mold organics like twigs and seed pods and manipulate the shapes into interesting forms.
camille knutson (map #82)
My work is completely hand fabricated using traditional metal working techniques, nothing is cast as multiples. I use sterling silver, high karat golds, cut gemstones and natural freshwater pearls.
susan field (map #100-101)
Inver Grove Heights, MN
I enjoy working with the rich textures and colors of bead embroidery, combined with embossed leather and unusual gemstones and fossils. My pieces often have 5000 or more individually stitched beads.
Ginny Jenson (map #87)
My jewelry is crafted using the metal techniques of hammering, etching, riveting and roller printing accented with pearls, semiprecious stones and crystals while focusing on shape, texture and color.
cheri meyer (map #72)
St. Louis Park, MN
My free form peyote stitch bead weaving is a pure energy process of mixing my mental stimulation while working with colorful seed beads, meaningful stones, metl, fiber, found & handmade objects.
Barbara Hamberg (map #89)
Albert Lea, MN
Color is what truly enlivens me and I use it gleefully in my art. I coil, bend, twist, flatten and form wire, which once began simply straight - stones, glass and sterling silver are often incorporated.
Kelly Cook (map #21)
Vintage Reclaimed Materials are Hand forged into Environmentally Green Industrial Men & Women's Jewelry. I “Up-cycle” to Reduce Waste and Conserve Resources. All hand cut, forged, riveted & sanded.
jovy rockey (map #25)
I create unique, contemporary jewelry using a variety of cold forging, hammering, and wire wrapping techniques. I use a variety of precious and base metals along with semi-precious gemstones.
sheila bayle (map #32)
With nature as my guide and using bead weaving techniques from all over the world, I weave glass beads, precious metals, gemstones, pearls, and found objects into modern, classic and freeform jewelry.
Robert Hale (map #48)
North Branch, MN
Combination of mixed metals, sterling, bronze and copper. Using a torch, the metal is heated so it flows. I make unique one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry. Sanding and polishing. Stones are also added.
jeannie trelles (map #42)
St. Paul, MN
Hand fabricated sterling silver and semi-precious stone jewelry. Techniques used include sawing, hammering, rolling textures, soldering, bezel setting. I also do the lapidary work on some stones.
Lizbeth Doran (map #115)
Sun Prairie, WI
Hand looming semi-precious gemstones on to leather. The buttons are made from sterling silver and copper soldered together. Also using metal smithing techniques sweat soldering metal together.