life is too short
to wear boring jewelry
about the artist
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I'm a paOn holiday to Venice, Italy in 2006, I visited Murano, a small island of artisan glassmakers. The breathtaking glass creations are made using the same techniques since 1291.
After returning home I designed a bracelet using the unique glass beads I found in Murano. I recieved numerous compliments and words of encouragement, and with that, I started Skylark360, to share my art with others.
I grew up in Colorado and always have enjoyed searching for amazing and different rocks in nature. My passion now is searching for most unique components for creating my jewelry. Most of the glass beads I use come from all over the world. I search trade shows for diverse and vintage chains, some discontinued.
My designs are one-of-a-kind, asymetrical and liven up any outfit and I like my jewelry to express individuality and make a statement. Especially so when women wear black. Life is too short to wear boring jewelry.
I love distinct vintage chains, many of which are discontinued. With my designs I choose the chains first, and then I decide on a color and theme or story. After the piece is created I give it a name in reference to the design and inspiration in composing it.
The very unique type of glass and chain I use are explained in more detail in the 'Elements' section.
Molli Yoder - owner, artist & designer
To be ready soon!
2000 year-old glass up close. This glass is not polished so it refracts the light in many ways.