I love finding artists that make use of natural materials when they are creating their handmade jewelry. And that is exactly what Jacqueline from Spruce Park Studios does with her jewelry! She used a mixed of colored resin and wood to create beautiful jewelry pieces. I picked just a few from the huge selection she has on her IG page. Make sure to go check her out!
That last necklace really speaks to me (I mean, if necklaces could speak it would be speaking to me). I love her use of mixed resin colors and that “U” shape is almost too much to handle! And if that wasn’t enough, she threw in mixed colored wood. There is so much dimension in these pieces.
I have never seen a resin statement necklace like this but I like it! That “U” shape she uses is so unique and the different colored amber resin really makes this a one of kind statement piece.
I am really digging the organic look of this piece! The green color is spectacular, but what really caught my eye was the use of shape in this piece. Jacqueline used wood with rings that looks like it is moving like little waves from top to bottom of this piece. Even the top wooden piece’s rings are matched to the same patterned as the bottom!
Ok, this piece is fantastic! I love the spear/talon shape which gives it a real raw, animalistic look. And the wood that gently bleeds over into the clear just adds to that look. I just love the whole look and feel of this pendant.
The swirl in the middle of this piece is mesmerizing. You can slightly see it in some of her other pieces, but in this one it's the centerpiece. I don’t know how hard that is to create, however I feel like it's not easy! It creates a lovely organic movement that translates through the whole pendant.
And if you thought that Jacqueline made just pendants you would be mistaken! She also has layered rings and earrings. The color of those earrings reminds me of a galaxy for some reason. They just need some stars!
Like I said, I love seeing jewelry from natural materials. It makes me think of what the first jewelry must have been like with people using only the materials they could find to create things to decorate their bodies. Great work Jacqueline!