Naomi Sarna

One of my earliest memories is being in nursery school, molding a lump of clay. It wasn’t that I thought I was making something beautiful;
it was in the process that I found wonder. The pleasure of working with my hands has been a dominant theme in my life, as has my fascination in ornamentation that involved natural objects.

As a child, I made jewelry from seashells, already interested in flowing lines and the interplay of light and shadow. I seek to create timeless designs inspired by the stones themselves, teasing out the rhythmic patterns in nature. The response I want to my jewelry is for the someone to reach for the piece, wanting to explore its lines and caress it. What I found to be pleasurable to create, I want the owner to find pleasurable to hold and wear.

Naomi Sarna


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