I took my first metals class in 2005 and have been working with metalsmithing and small scale jewelry since then. Working mostly in silver and both enamel and resin, most of work I create is one-of-a-kind or small run production items.
Since 2020 as an extension of my jewelry and metalsmithing practice, I began painting on formed metal surfaces. Using copper sheet as a canvas, I use embossing tools to form, shape and add texture to the metal which then is painted and sealed.
These digital repeating patterns consist of a variety of shapes and colors that are designed in order to be a seamless repeating pattern and therefore able to be printed on fabric, wallpaper, or other items in a variety of sizes.
These digital designs are available through Spoonflower and can be printed on a variety of home goods and products.