· Natalie Tischler's methods include collecting, casting, polishing, riveting, rethinking and reworking objects into a collection of jewelry that is independent and vintage-inspired while evoking a romantic vision. She grew up in a small Texas town and studied Art History at the University of Texas. Natalie made jewelry as a hobby for twelve years before starting her Ornamental Things studio in 2004.
· Artist Michael Michaud has been creating his Silver Season Jewelry collection since 1992 and has mastered the skill of manipulating molds into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Michaud describes his work as "copies of nature" since each piece is created directly from natural elements.
· Jewelry designer Patricia Locke (pictured along with business partner Deborah Rethemeyer) has been crafting fine jewelry since 1971. Her work is recognizable for it's use of asymmetrical, geometric, multi-metal combinations and its classic, heirloom sensibilities. Constructed using 24k gold, sterling silver, bronze and pewter, Patricia's designs are accented with semi-precious gemstones, Swarovski crystals, glass beads, and faux pearls.