Lisa Crowder

"I see jewelry as more than mere accessory—it is a way for the wearer to express oneself through ornamentation."

At a time when our culture is focused on the trendy and disposable, Lisa Crowder makes art jewelry intended to be worn for years instead of months. She wants the wearer to think of her jewelry as more than a pair of earrings, but as a small work of art. She hopes to create a relationship between her work and the wearer through clean lines and pleasing forms.

The artist's current work is very much about the metal itself; its color, malleability, and form. Often, she goes straight to the metal and begins building without help from a sketched design. She is inspired by simple forms found in nature and architecture. She works predominantly in sterling silver and uses oxidation and a matte finish on many of her pieces to enhance the layers and details she creates through forming, hammering, riveting, and soldering. Simple forms such as circles, ovals, triangles, and squares repeat themselves within this body of work as they build upon each other, creating a feel that is familiar yet original and timeless.


Large Asymmetrical Heart Necklace
Gold, Silver & Enamel Necklace

$ 240 - $ 320
Multi Circle Hatch Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 170
Double Arc Tear Necklace
Silver & Gold Necklace

$ 220
Single Arc Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 100 - $ 110
Long Bar Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 110
Hatch Oval Cuff
Gold & Silver Bracelet

$ 210
Long Bar Lariat Necklace
Gold & Silver Necklace

$ 160
Heart Ring
Gold, Silver & Enamel Ring

$ 220 - $ 240
Long Hammered Oval Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 145
Enamel Cloud Ring
Enameled Ring

$ 220 - $ 245
Rough-Cut Two-Tone Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 135 - $ 165
Cloud Necklace
Enameled Necklace

$ 120
Multi Stirrup Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 160
Two Tone Stirrup Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 145
Hammered Disk Drop Earrings
Gold & Silver Earrings

$ 187
Selected Exhibitions & Awards
American Craft Council Show, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. MD, 2019