Jewelry designs inspired by an extraordinary universe
The jewelry I create incorporates simple lines with a surprise twist. These lines evolve into an obsession with circles that deviate from the norm. Not always restricted by symmetry, but balance, or a concept of balance can be found in my work. Asymmetry plays a major part in life, and reflects itself as offset stones highlighted in silver parabolas. A little mid-century modernism floats through my realities as some form of geometric shapes are always colliding with lines and curves.
An important element in my work is texture, which enhances almost all of the pieces. I create a subtle contrast in each reflective finish, sometimes using patinas and mixed metals to achieve a perfect result.
My jewelry is meant to adorn, attract attention, start conversations, and inspire
View Artwork by Judy Morgan in Person
Come see these pieces first hand. We are just a short walk from the ferry and an excellent destination for your visit to San Juan Island.
- 35th Annual Holiday Showcase: Red and Gold
Featuring: Erika Laureano, Eric Eschenbach, Georgia Gerber, NK Build Noah Kriegsmann, Judy Morgan, Michael Dickter, Maia Leppo, Rebecca Woodhouse, Daniel Finn, Dona Dalton, Sarah Wilbanks, David Ridgway, Barbara French Duzan, Dana Roberts, Robin and John Gumaelius, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Elizabeth Bruno, and David Licata 11/19/20 – 01/09/21 • Learn More
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