Seattle’s Sarah Wilbanks uses her collection of small paintings and drawings to provide inspiration for her sterling and polymer transfer pieces. “I’ve got bits of wallpaper, a print from my grandmother’s dress, old photos of a French language book for kids…there are so many different historical things I find.”

She crafts the bezels and then cuts precise circles and ovals from the baked polymer. Sarah’s jewelry is available through Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle. You can read about her process here.

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