I want my jewelry to be fresh, interesting, beautifully crafted, and unique: a reflection of my personal desire to continually learn and grow as an artist. Because I constantly seek out new skills and techniques, my body of work is always evolving with new designs and materials. Influences include nature, the universe, and architecture, but I feel that my jewelry has a modern aesthetic that still retains a feminine, timeless quality. Inspiration can come from anywhere – a museum exhibition, an elm seed from my front yard, a happy accident at the bench, or a lovely gem. For me, design needs to be clean, minimalist, and technically excellent: the elegant solution. Every piece is designed and handcrafted in my studio on the coast of Maine.
In honor of the Acadia Centennial and the theme of “Conservation Matters,” Cathy Heinz Designs is offering a special sterling silver design, The Trailing Fronds Necklace. The imprinted pattern on this necklace crosses each segment to form a lovely design, as if fronds had been strewn along a trail, just as they would be at Acadia.
To purchase or for more information, please visit: http://www.cathyheinzdesigns.com/S006041.html
Cathy Heinz is proud to be a financial supporter of the Acadia Centennial celebration and will donate 10% of the proceeds from this necklace toward projects in the park.