The handcrafted jewelry maker began her artistic journey by studying sculpture at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis and later metalsmithing at Indiana University. She has been working with metal for the past 20 years. “I am continually drawn to the fluidity one can achieve with a substance that appears cold, hard and completely rigid,” Amy adds. “I view jewelry as super small works of art. Each piece is a tiny sculpture that helps communicate personal sensibilities to the wearer.” Enamored by metal but entranced by the subtle beauty in the changing seasons, Amy uses her love of nature to incorporate heavy textures, rich patinas and an assortment of semi-precious embellishments into each piece of jewelry she creates.