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Betsy hand fabricates one of a kind and limited edition contemporary art jewelry in her Boston studio. She works primarily in polymer, a synthetic low fire clay that is remarkably versatile and colorful. Her polymer work incorporates a variety of mixed media surface techniques utilizing acrylic paints, silkscreening, image transfers and traditional polymer techniques of mokume gane and mica shift. She complements the polymer with hand fabricated sterling silver, vintage and repurposed components to add dimension and textural contrast to her pieces. Stonehouse Studio jewelry has a simple, minimalist feel with a balance of pattern, color and shape.

Betsy's work has been featured by several popular art blogs, including Crafthaus, Daily Art Muse and Polymer Clay Daily. She was a featured artist in the April ’09 online edition of American Style magazine and in the Gallery section of the…

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  • Female
  • Born on December 12
  • Joined December 13, 2006

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mixed media surface techniques on polymer clay, mixed metals

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StonehouseStudio
Contemporary Art Jewelry in Polymer and...

About

Betsy hand fabricates one of a kind and limited edition contemporary art jewelry in her Boston studio. She works primarily in polymer, a synthetic low fire clay that is remarkably versatile and colorful. Her polymer work incorporates a variety of mixed media surface techniques utilizing acrylic paints, silkscreening, image transfers and traditional polymer techniques of mokume gane and mica shift. She complements the polymer with hand fabricated sterling silver, vintage and repurposed components to add dimension and textural contrast to her pieces. Stonehouse Studio jewelry has a simple, minimalist feel with a balance of pattern, color and shape.

Betsy's work has been featured by several popular art blogs, including Crafthaus, Daily Art Muse and Polymer Clay Daily. She was a featured artist in the April ’09 online edition of American Style magazine and in the Gallery section of the January ’10 edition of Art Jewelry Magazine. She was selected as an Invited Artist for the 2011 Craftboston shows of fine contemporary craft. Her work is featured in Lark books 500 Showcase Necklaces, July 2013. Betsy is the 2014 Jury Prize Winner at the 37th annual Coolidge Corner Arts Festival and was selected as a 2014 Show Stopper by the Paradise City Art Fairs.

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