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Both my brother (Devin) and I (Aaron) have grown up around the jewelry industry. Our father starting his professional career as a jewelry maker. Then in the late 70's he opened his own jewelry store. Now currently owns two stores. Where the both of us have worked off and on throughout our lives.
During which time Devin pursued many different artistic outlets. Having the ability to draw and paint throughout his childhood. He later went on to study Photography and Graphic design at Cal Poly State University. While in school he took many different classes including jewelry design, drawing, sculpting, and painting. He has a very keen sense of design and aesthetic appeal.
I tend to take a very organic approach to creating new pieces. I very much enjoy the process of creating. Which of course can be frustrating, but also very fulfilling. I split my time between my wood shop and making jewelry. In both facets I…

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  • Joined August 20, 2009

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Sterling Silver, Copper, Gold and Wood

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Both my brother (Devin) and I (Aaron) have grown up around the jewelry industry. Our father starting his professional career as a jewelry maker. Then in the late 70's he opened his own jewelry store. Now currently owns two stores. Where the both of us have worked off and on throughout our lives.
During which time Devin pursued many different artistic outlets. Having the ability to draw and paint throughout his childhood. He later went on to study Photography and Graphic design at Cal Poly State University. While in school he took many different classes including jewelry design, drawing, sculpting, and painting. He has a very keen sense of design and aesthetic appeal.
I tend to take a very organic approach to creating new pieces. I very much enjoy the process of creating. Which of course can be frustrating, but also very fulfilling. I split my time between my wood shop and making jewelry. In both facets I really enjoy a clean modern look. Even with my fairly organic pieces an emphasis on form rather than abundance. Jewelry can easily get lost in its own lines. Creating more of a distraction than something appealing to the senses.
At the end of the day we both enjoy being able to create something attractive. We are not trying to change the face of design, but rather use it to put our stamp on todays world.

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