My recent work and the business was reborn like a Phoenix from the ashes stronger and better after the fire in 2015 when I lost my house and my studio. However my priority change, I slow dawn a little and stop to smell the roses, literally in my new rose garden on the back yard. I have been working on jewelry bench over 30+ years constantly learning, mastering my craft mostly by experimenting myself with deferent materials
 I do have however same artistic education from Poland that's my native country. I fall in love with the polymer clay the moment I touched the clay, smooth, soft playable with endless possibility to sculpture and no mess like regular clay and much faster process, to see the details haw I make the jewelry go to my products page.        
Every rose I made has one of a kind making stages, they all individually create petal by petal and become a piece of artistic jewelry just for you on demand, also working with the polymer clay is more like a therapy for me is enjoyable and pleasurable. Often I combine the polymer clay with traditional  Sterling Silver, Gold Filled  findings Brass frames for cameos, semiprecious stones, beads and Freshwater Pearls also found objects like wood, rocks, shells. My philosophy on business is to bring smile, create affordable artistic beauty to everyone.
Every year I'm attending some arts and craft shows around New England you can find the list on schedule page.
 It's still my blessing that something coming from my heart, create by my hands can bring a little joy to others when they wears them. Thanks to my creator, I got the gifted fingers and I'm able to transform clump of clay in to a pretty old fashioned jewelry  for special occasion reminiscent of Victorian or Art Nouveau style