Created from colourful grains of Tucho beach sand and recycled glass - bring a little of the beach inside with you.
Gorgeous organically shaped sandcicle ornaments. coasters, bowls and Tree of Life suncatchers will brighten up your home
and make a favourite gift
for those missing home.
Named in honour of the origins of the sand - Tucho (our traditional Dene peoples' name for Great Slave Lake meaning "big water").
Limited Release of 10 pieces
Artisan sculpted Sterling Silver
24 Karat Gold and
a .02 carat round brilliant cut
Diamond from Diavik Diamond Mine
in the Northwest Territories
Packaging and wrapping your inventory purchases "just right" for the occasion is important to me. Let me help finish the gift giving and receiving experience for all.
No contact local pick up or delivery "Text & Take" or I'll "Knock & Drop" on your schedule. Out of town? Don't worry. I've got you covered with standard Canada Post.
As a circumpolar photographer and artisan jeweller, my personal journeys inspire the visual stories that I am compelled to share. I was born in the Northwest Territories, where I continue to live and work. The NWT is the land of my greatest fascinations. My work has a very strong connection to the arctic and sub-arctic regions of the world and often focuses on conservation while embracing traditional knowledge, history and culture.
Travelling to our northern communities has allowed me to meet many wonderful people that have inspired me to curate a unique “Inspired Surroundings” jewellery and lifestyle collection.
My lifelong creative curiosity is the basis of this collection, which is an eclectic mix of original photographs and other traditional, man-made and found treasures such as sand, found local beach glass, pebbles, fossils, plants and fish vertebrae. Vintage up-cycled beads, semi-precious & precious metals and stones including Canadian NWT Diamonds are also featured. Every element contributes a gift of insight to create the storytelling pieces of art jewellery, lifestyle and décor items.
When these one-of-a-kind pieces find the way home to their “forever keepers”, my soul does a happy dance and a little bit of me goes with them.
I invite you to "Explore with Me".
Join the "keepers circle"