Lorri’s father was a furniture maker and she remembers spending countless hours in his studio, sanding, assembling and watching the artistic process. However, even at a young age she knew she was drawn to smaller objects and through the years has been passionate about painting, fibers, clay, wood, metals, mosaic and stained concrete.
She’s a firm believer in “less is more” and thinks that what is left out of a piece is just as, or more, important than what is included. Her process is intuitive and begins with shape and color but ultimately is about the wearer and how they will feel in one of her pieces. She strives to create jewelry that rise above trends and has a lasting aesthetic. It is a very intimate process from start to finish. You gotta see more of her great work here.