Dominique Bereiter

I grew up in Geneva Switzerland where I was exposed to art at an early age, and developed a particular passion for jewelry and ceramics. Formally trained as a scientist at the University of Lausanne, I always wanted to use my scientific background in the design of jewelry. During my … Continued

Louise Fischer-Cozzi

Louise Fischer-Cozzi uses a complex series of steps to create her jewelry. Her process may include etching, image transfer and/ or silk screening to achieve the soft, aged patina she wants. Fellow polymer artist, Gwen Gibson, calls Louise’s color palette, “reminiscent of ancient pigments and lime washes from Italy and … Continued

MapleXO

“I’m a skateboarder and almost as much as I love skating itself, I love being a part of the skateboard community,” says Lindsay Holmes, who founded MapleXO in 2005. “Recycling the boards has been my way to give back to this community by reducing the environmental footprint of skateboarding and … Continued

Sana Doumet

Having lived in the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and now the U.S., Sana Doumet’s work reflects a sophisticated international style.  She studied jewelry making at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, and later was mentored by Japanese jewelry maker Yoshiko Yamamoto. Sana’s work incorporates … Continued

Niki Ulehla

Niki Ulehla’s inventive jewelry is deeply tied to her work as puppet maker. Her sculpture education began in the Czech Republic, her father’s homeland, where she went to learn to make marionettes. When she returned home to San Francisco, she studied jewelry making and continues to split her time between … Continued