SterlingEchoes

Sterling Silver Jewelry inspired by Photography

Oregon, United States · 198 Sales

SterlingEchoes

Sterling Silver Jewelry inspired by Photography

Oregon, United States 198 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(39)

Announcement   Each piece is created using a multi-step process, starting with a photograph and ending with a unique piece of sterling silver jewelry.

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Last updated on 08 Feb, 2016

Each piece is created using a multi-step process, starting with a photograph and ending with a unique piece of sterling silver jewelry.

Denise Harrison

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Denise Harrison

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5 out of 5 stars
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krinfr

krinfr on 01 Apr, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Perfect as always!!! Denise is a talented artist. Her pieces never disappoint!

Rozenn

Rozenn on 09 Mar, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Deuxième bijou créé par Denise : je suis fan de vous !!! Création magnifique et faite comme je l'ai souhaitée...je l'adore ❤ ...merci à vous...je reviendrais vers vous pour un bracelet je pense

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Travis

Travis on 07 Mar, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I absolutely love this piece! Unique and great quality!

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About

From a photograph to a lasting piece of jewelry

My husband, the artist, once said to me, I am not going to take a job to make money if I am not doing something I enjoy.  I took that to heart as we raised our daughter and always tried to make sure we were having fun, even in the not so fun routine of daily life.

For me, the fun is not in just the event, but the memories to look back upon.  Reminding me of the event, the place, or the people I was with.

Sterling Echoes gives me the opportunity to solidify my memories (or those of my customers) into my work.

I create pieces that my customers are drawn to because they have had similar experiences, or have traveled to similar locations.  A piece may not be an exact replica of the photograph, but evokes the feeling of the moment which makes an impact on us.  A piece, that we want to keep close and wear often to remind us of our adventures and special memories.   Something that reminds us to have fun.

I am especially proud of my ALS series that enables me to donate 20% to the Portland ALS Association. The artwork I use is created by my cousin Howard “Skip” Way who has been living with ALS since 2002.

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  • Denise Harrison

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    My work begins with a photograph of someplace or something I find interesting. This can be a building, a tree, or even my empty pint glass. The photo is modifed & etched into copper which is used to texture wax pieces that are cast into sterling.

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