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Jeweler: Sheridan Scott


Talk about eye candy! Sheridan Scott makes jewelry here in Oklahoma. Her designs are a gorgeous combination of geometric and organic shapes in gold and silver that hug beautifully sparkling gems. She is a talented and experienced metalsmith. Fortunately for the rest of us, she teaches jewelry making from beading to casting, so that we can all learn a few tricks of the trade.

I had the grand pleasure of visiting her studio—a metalsmith’s delight. I love to see how other artists work. She has a research/inspiration area filled with all of her favorite books; a comfortable sitting area and TV for watching inspiring videos (she is a fan of Eleanor Roosevelt’s who I just absolutely love); along with a large working area. The working area is divided up into areas for sawing/sanding, fine tuning, beading, and in the middle an area to showcase some of her unique jewelry. Clients can purchase art jewelry that she has designed and created or have Sheridan design custom jewelry with the client in mind. http://www.ajewelersart.com/

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  1. Beautiful work on the piece. I've enjoyed your blog and look forward to reading more.

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  2. I've always admired people who can create jewelry - it's not my strong point. I have beaded, but much simpler designs. I look forward to seeing all the artists you'll be featuring. thanks.

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  3. Beautiful piece of artwork. Absolutely stunning combination of geometric and organic shapes with the gold and the sparking colorful gems. I appreciate your artwork. keep it up. I hope to see more new designs in the future.

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