This past fall Todd put together an exhibit at a local art museum – read part 1 here.
Let’s continue on the tour of the exhibit…
A test piece that Todd made to experiment with mixing metals and creating texture.
Another test piece with gold details that move and a gemstone.
A pendant made of 18ky gold and raw diamond cubes.
Necklace in sterling silver with patina featuring raw diamond cubes.
This is the first belt buckle that Todd ever made. Nowadays, Todd has a variety of belt buckle designs in his men’s collection.
A classic gemstone bracelet made by Todd in the early 90s.
This piece features hand-forged metal and bezel-set quartz.
This ring design includes a circle of raw diamond cubes around a beautiful citrine stone.
Looking through Todd’s past work, it is clear to see his developing aesthetic. Part three of the tour will be posted soon! Stay tuned…