Findings

by Lucy Farmer March 31, 2014

It seems simple to me, but it doesn’t matter what I’m doing, I’m noticing all the details. It may be the texture of the plaster, the arch of a window, or the pattern in the wood. I’ve always been that way and am a big advocate of texture in all aspects of my life. I love texture in the clothes I wear, the home I live in, and the jewelry I make. 

 I like to explore places that have texture. I usually get the most inspired when I walk into a salvage shop, architectural antique store, something being demolished, something with history….something with a story. I think that’s one of the things that keeps me inspired to make these unique pieces of jewelry. They each tell a story. Some tell the story of where the pieces came from, their original provenance or what they mean to someone. 

I love the search. I love the find. I love to create. I hope you will enjoy the stories we have to tell about what inspires us whether it’s fashion, shelter, food or travel. 





Lucy Farmer
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