Booth #1310 at NYNOW
Hand formed jewelry inspired by nature and textiles Stitched with fine silver and 22k gold wire.
New York-January 2019 Suzanne Schwartz Jewelry will be making its first appearance at NY NOW SHOW in New York City from February 3 - 6, 2019.
Suzanne Schwartz first discovered the freedom art could bring when her grandmother taught her how to sew and knit. Even as a child, textiles inspired her with their variety of patterns, textures, and movement, and opened her eyes to art’s boundless possibilities.
“I love to explore the flow and intersection of lines to create texture while finding a balance in the overall composition of a piece.”
As an adult, Suzanne’s creative medium moved from textiles to metals, but the influence of stitching came with her, as seen in her current Interwoven Collections. She loves texture, form, and intersecting lines, finding inspiration in everything from nature to architecture. All of these spur her personal aesthetic and style.
She stitches with gold and silver wire on metal forms, giving her work a three dimensionality. Stitching is her way of creating texture in her jewelry.
Suzanne’s jewelry can be found in galleries and online stores including artfulhome.com and eclecticartisans.com, Hoadley Gallery, Form and Concept, and Mia Gemma, to list a few. Her jewelry its frequently featured in the Artful Home Catalog and has had one of their best selling pieces. Her complete line can be purchased on her website, sschwartzjewelry.com.
About Suzanne Schwartz
Suzanne earned her BA degree from Alfred University. She began her professional career as an urban planner before entering the fashion industry, working for Eileen Fisher. Following her passion for jewelry, she then took classes at Parsons School of Design before receiving a degree in jewelry design from the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Media Contact: Suzanne Schwartz Jewelry, 917-972-2920