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Xcott Wolf A&M1 Visiting Artist

Fine Handmade Artisanal Jewelry

Fine jewelry begins with quality materials. We use solid jeweler grade: sterling silver, 14 kt gold, copper and brass. Our techniques for creating each piece has been honed over more than two decades, bringing you fine, hand turned links that glide like satin through your fingers. All seaXwolf chains are made to be signature pieces, meant to be worn all of the time. The more you wear them, the better they get; they become more pliant and begin to take on a sheen and color that is unique to the individual.


Linda Cohen (In Memoriam 2018)

Linda was a treasured member of the A&M family. Her dedication to, and love of her practice, lives on in our hearts.

“I love the creative process of art which has always been a part of my life.  For many years,  I made silver jewelry with an interest in the texture and form of my pieces. About ten years ago I took up plein air painting – there is something so peaceful being outside and painting the moment. I am especially drawn to the elements of water and reflections.  I have taken plein air painting classes with both Glen Kessler, founder of Compass Atelier and Gavin Glakas, with Yellow Barn.  I have been taking portrait and figure painting with Gavin for the last 6 years which has proved especially challenging and rewarding.”

Tova Shpantzer A&M1

As a person who loves art of all kinds, I studied art history and visited countless museums all over Europe, Israel and North America. As a young working mother, I took enamel and metal art classes – years later these art forms evolved to be my main artistic expression.

My collections are informed by elements found in nature and by Middle Eastern and Asian cultures as well as motives from ancient art and architecture. After studying for years with master metal smiths, I now enjoy inventing my own metal smithing and enameling techniques to create raw, organic looks for hand forged objects such as jewelry, sculptures and decorative vessels. I like taking risks in my designs and try to create pieces that are truly one of a kind and invoke strong reactions through use of color, shape, detail and texture.

I thrive on the creative process of bringing an idea to life and, as a result, my works tend to have a sense of movement and continuous evolution.



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