Image of Jane Voorhees - Filigree Teardrop Earrings

Jane Voorhees - Filigree Teardrop Earrings

by Jane Voorhees


Geometric patterns and cutouts form to create these teardrop shaped earrings, cast from sterling silver.

Size: 1..625"h x 1.375"w each

Jane Voorhees, Blairstown, NJ
Local artist Jane Voorhees grew up in the New York metropolitan area, studied at Eastern Michigan University, The School of Visual Arts and received a B.A. from Livingston College at Rutgers University. Her supplemental education was in the form of an apprenticeship to jeweler Paul Gollhardt, enameling with Bill Helwig, and jewelry workshops with Chuck Evans, Rick Marshall, Marci Zelmanoff and Mary Ann Scheer. She studied painting at the Montclair Art Museum and had five years of pastel portraiture at the Yard School of Art under Margaret Yard Tyler. From 1975-1977 she ran the wax production and setup room for the jewelry casting firm of Century Casting in New York City. She has been producing her own line of jewelry since 1975. In 1990 she pursued her long admiration for rustic motifs and began making furniture, frames and accessories. She continues to paint in pastels and add to her jewelry line.

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