Carolyn Morris Bach jewelry art
American jeweler Carolyn Morris Bach has been making jewelry for more than thirty years. Carolyn is considered one of the best jewelers in today’s art. She studied jewelery and blacksmithing in Rhode Island School of Design. Today she works in her private studio, established in rural New England, on the personal site of 70 acres, overlooking the pastures and forests, which could explain the close relationship of artworks by this artist with nature. Jewelry made by Carolyn Morris Bach represents the spirits of the ancient soul and powers of sun, moon, wind, rain, stones, plants.
Original wearable jewelry by Carolyn Morris Bach is represented in many museums throughout the United States and around the world – Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Arts and Design in New York, Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts, Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin. The materials Carolyn Morris Bach uses for creating jewelry pieces – sterling, pearl, quartz, cow bone, fossilized ivory