Spotlight On

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SPOTLIGHT ON: HITH Studio #20 in 2020

The 2020 Hidden In The Hills Studio Tour & Sale (HITH) will be up and running in just 4 weeks! Studio #20 at 33444 N. 55th Street, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 will be open to the public 10 am to 5 pm on November 20-21-22 & 27-28-29. Host Beth Zink, known for her vibrant contemporary paintings, has also invited guest artists that work in Japanese paper, mixed media, and new this year: stainless steel.

Under the current circumstances, I will be taking pandemic precautions as well as purifying my jewelry under a UV light. My tent is out in the open air with plenty of surrounding desert space and Studio #20 overall will be safe and sanitary.

Right now, I’m busy in my workspace – happily creating an array of tempting bracelets, pendants and earrings. This is where significant stones and major metals become Suzanne Brown Fine Art Jewelry.

As the designer/creator of collections of artisan modern elegance with an edge, I am excited to showcase jewelry that will excite you as well. Below are examples of my newest work that feature stones from out-of-state and around the world.

Emerald Valley Turquoise Pendant, Nevada

The name Emerald Valley is given to deep green, complex patterned Turquoise mined in Nevada. Considered a stone of friendship, Turquoise is believed to attract money, success and love.

Indonesian Jasper Earrings

South Kalimantan, Borneo boasts this region’s gemstone industry. Known as the “Supreme Nurturer”, Jasper supports through times of stress, bringing tranquility and wholeness – balancing yin and yang.

Norwegian Moonstone Pendant

From the Larvik Fjord region, this is a protective, grounding stone with a strong connection to Earth energies. It is said to calm the nerves & harmonize metabolism.

Peruvian Landscape Opal Bracelet

Known as the national stone of Peru, this stunning translucent Opal is found only in the Andes Mtns. The stone is thought to promote spontaneity, imagination & healing.

Remember 2 Shop at Studio #20 on the 2020 Tour,

BTW: Just can’t wait for HITH – have to have it now? SHOP my ETSY STORE!

 

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