I find inspiration for my jewelry in every crystal that I gratefully harvest from the Earth. By exclusively using minerals that I mined myself, other responsibly sourced North American gemstones, as well as recycled platinum, gold, and silver, I allow my artistic vision to be realized while being respectful of other people and the planet. In all of my creations, I hope to capture a sense of balance, beauty, subtlety, precision, poise, and magic.
Beryllina, a subspecies of hummingbird, is delicate, precise, and beautiful. Also known as nature's "flying jewel”, the hummingbird’s vibrant colors, diminutive size, and enchanting perfection have long captivated Laurie Lynn. Inspired by the beauty and mysteries of the natural world around us and diversity of culture experienced around the globe, Laurie Lynn has been a designer for more than 13 years. She began by creating clothing and bags for local shops, then moved into wire-wrapping crystals, stitching beads together in intricate woven pieces, and later, wire-wrapping and stringing gemstones and precious metals together to form inspired jewelry pieces. Most recently, Laurie Lynn has extended her passion for making jewelry to include silver-, gold-, and platinum-smithing, with a highly sought-after education from the world-renowned North Bennet Street School’s two-year Jewelry Making program.