OMA Jewelry Siri makes her jewelry in Grand Rapids, Michigan & focuses on using Swarovski crystals and sterling silver to create her fine pieces.

OMA Jewelry

Siri makes her jewelry in Grand Rapids, Michigan & focuses on using Swarovski crystals and sterling silver to create her fine pieces.

 Studio Jewel - Lisa Lehmann Lisa's eye for beauty in all things is reflected in her unique ability conceptualize and design artisan jewelry. Each design is meticulously handcrafted in Grand Haven, Michigan. Her commitment to the environment is evident in her use of 100% recycled metals, as well as genuine fair trade gemstones.    

 Studio Jewel - Lisa Lehmann

Lisa's eye for beauty in all things is reflected in her unique ability conceptualize and design artisan jewelry. Each design is meticulously handcrafted in Grand Haven, Michigan. Her commitment to the environment is evident in her use of 100% recycled metals, as well as genuine fair trade gemstones.  

 

Mary Jo Fox-Fell Mary Jo, a Grand Rapids native, has had a passion for creative work since she was very young. Her lifelong mission is to find a creative piece in all that she does. Mary Jo loves to experiment with unique surfaces to bring an eclectic feel to a traditional painting method. 

Mary Jo Fox-Fell

Mary Jo, a Grand Rapids native, has had a passion for creative work since she was very young. Her lifelong mission is to find a creative piece in all that she does. Mary Jo loves to experiment with unique surfaces to bring an eclectic feel to a traditional painting method. 

Ann Teliczan Through experimentation Ann has developed a unique process which is a hybrid of 3-D objects captured directly with a flatbed scanner and sophisticated scanning software. The captured images are painted with the use of a powerful computer and carefully printed with archival inks on archival fine art paper, canvas, 1/4" acrylic or custom tiles that use a matrix to create large scale tile murals that cover surfaces such as floor to ceiling walls. Ann personally inspects each print before she signs them. The result is a work with saturated color, vivid detail and a luminous surreal feel that can be printed extremely large.

Ann Teliczan

Through experimentation Ann has developed a unique process which is a hybrid of 3-D objects captured directly with a flatbed scanner and sophisticated scanning software. The captured images are painted with the use of a powerful computer and carefully printed with archival inks on archival fine art paper, canvas, 1/4" acrylic or custom tiles that use a matrix to create large scale tile murals that cover surfaces such as floor to ceiling walls. Ann personally inspects each print before she signs them. The result is a work with saturated color, vivid detail and a luminous surreal feel that can be printed extremely large.