I love these bright ceramic earrings for Spring and Summer!
- Image via High Museum
My recent visit to the High Museum in Atlanta, reminded me how much I admire her and covet all of Gogo's jewelry. Her work is heavily influenced by the natural environment of her hometown of Cumberland Island. The necklace pictured above is called the Gogo Logo Necklace- "The rattlesnake, and more specifically its bones, is indelibly linked with Gogo's jewelry designs. Around 1978 Gogo began the design of her iconic logo: three rattlesnake ribs curving in on each side with a vertebra in the center. Originally created out of found bones, Gogo went on to cast the logo in both gold and silver to create a more durable, elegant version." Catch her exhibit at the High through August 25.
Mary Kelly Stribling of Give a Penny Designs creates one of a kind pieces and with every piece of jewelry purchased at a jewelry show Mary Kelly donates a portion of the proceeds to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Love her bold pieces- the rings especially!
I love their unique combinations of antique/found objects and modern design.
1. Lisa Kerns Jewelry- St. Simons Island, Georgia
I can't gush about this artist enough! Season after season, she surprises with funky and affordable designs that any girl would want.
Hope y'all have a great weekend!