Friday, October 26, 2007

Staci Rose Designs

Staci Rose of Staci Rose Designs has had an affinity for the arts since she was five years old. She has lived in San Francisco for the last 10 years while developing herself as a self-taught artist and musician.

The artist creates items in a number of areas including jewelry, home d├ęcor, Judaica, oil painting and ceramics, all of which are decidedly different. Among the styles of jewelry she makes are beaded designs, chain and wire-wrapped and also has some polymer clay pendants.

Pangea Russian and Brazillian Amazonite Gemstone Earrings feature Russian amazonite puff cylinders and Brazilian amazonite faceted rounds. 1-1/3", and surgical steel ear hooks. These retail for $10.99, a very good price by the way. I believe only the hooks are base metal and the wire and head pins are sterling. She uses surgical steel earwires because they're hypoallergenic and she finds many of her customers have allergies to nickel, gold and sterling silver used in most earwires. The combination of the shapes and the two different shades of darker and lighter green really make these unique and exhilarating!

Chocolate Blush is a gorgeous double-strand combination of Zebra Jasper, Pink Opal, and Chrysanthemum stone. This necklace truly reminds me of a Neapolitan hot fudge sundae. Its creamy strawberry pinks and shades of chocolate brown seem to mix and run into one another. This piece would be hard to pass up. You won’t want to take it off at the end of the day. It’s just that luscious!

Staci believes that each piece she creates is predestined for a particular individual.

She’s a Certified Member of EBSQ Self-Representing Artists and a proud member of Worldwide Women Artists, an international collective of women artists showing and selling our work online.

Staci welcomes custom orders. Contact her with all special requests at and be sure to tell her you heard about her through The 90 Day Challenge!

Her work is sold in galleries and boutiques in Canada and in the San Francisco Bay area in the U.S. To check out more of her online collection or to purchase these go to: Staci Rose Designs. Or to learn more about the artist go to her blog: Staci Rose Designs Blog.

Article written by Pippit.

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