Hi, I am Suz, local jewelry artist and owner of Evolving Design Jewelry.
Throughout my journey of becoming a self taught artistic jewelry designer, I discovered my passion for creating jewelry. Adoring many different styles, I find my pieces to be a very personal statement.
Working with the belief that a “voice of intention” is at the heart of each piece;
my goal is to listen to that voice, and bring it to light through my designs.
As an artist, I aim to reach an audience that my creations will resonate with.
My pieces are one-of-a-kind, handmade, original designs which I create using various techniques and mediums.
“There are rare moments in life when our faith is confirmed through events that can be described in no other way than MIRACULOUS!
As a result of recent blessing in my family, I was inspired to create these rosaries as talismans to my faith.”
Visit Mary’s etsy shop at She Talks To Angels
Peg creates unique baubles, from beautiful beaded necklaces, earrings and the like to boot bracelets using silver, brass, and copper in her artwork.
For those who like something a little BOLDER, you may find a few ‘skeletons’ , but not in Peg’s closet – in her creations. And if you want a little BANG for you buck….some bullet jewelry also!
Peg has designs for both men and for women!
Aren’t these earrings just cute as a button ~
Marissa Kreutzer lives in Columbus with her husband and their sweet spaniel pup, Harvey. Marissa started making jewelry as a hobby while she was in college and it quickly evolved into a passion.
Marleigh Designs became her shop name and she started putting more and more time into creating new jewelry and experimenting with different materials, like these adorable hand made button earrings. You can also find Marissa’s handmade lava bead diffuser necklaces and her gold hand-stamped area code/Ohio necklaces here at BRB.
Marissa loves making jewelry because it relaxes her and for how wonderful creating makes her feel.
“Creativity is truly one of the ways I express myself and share my soul with the world”
Follow Marissa on FB at Marleigh Designs or visit her Etsy shop Marleigh Designs
We’re so pleased to welcome Chris Keener to the shop!
Growing up on the shores of Lake Erie brings Chris recreation and the water is part of her life therapy. She still resides by the lake and was recently featured in Lake Erie Living magazine!
Chris creates her jewelry from her soul, with what makes her happy and hopes that her one-of-a-kind, original designs will bring you joy as well.
She is happy to create a custom piece for you with your own special finds from the lake or elsewhere.
Chris loves being challenged by concepts and designs and works everyday in her studio.
Visit Chris’ Etsy shop at Crystal Moon Designs
For those who don’t have wall space, Eileen has designed wearable artwork; pendants with her original watercolors.
In addition to being an accomplished painter, Eileen also designs jewelry with a nautical theme including mermaids (of course!).
In addition to Debbie’s beautiful watercolors, she also makes fun sports related bangle bracelets for Ohio State, Cavs, and Indians fans!
The look of sand, water, and sky come together in these Storm Watcher beads.
Jo Ann is a self taught glass bead artist. She has been designing and making her glass beads since 2008 when she was “bitten by the lampwork torch”. She resides on the shores of Lake Erie in Sandusky, OH with her husband, John.
You may contact Jo Ann direct at email@example.com
Follow Jo Ann on FB at Lanford Beadworks or visit her web page Lanford Beadworks
Debby has a wide variety of artwork; including photo coasters, matted prints, and unique jewelry, which we are proud to have in the shop! These are her alcohol ink bracelets ~
“I love taking photographs and I especially love butterflies and nature. I like taking my photos and seeing what they can change into, hence the name flip flop fun. I love being outdoors and being at Catawba Island and all of the Lake Erie islands. I have spent all of my summers there. I will continue to take shots of nature and look forward to adding new items to my collection.”
You can find Debby and her other artwork at Flip Flop Fun Photography