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Tracy Page Smith creates the shapes for her jewelry and then allows the colors for those shapes to speak to her. “I have epiphanies when I design, often starting with simplified shapes and then allowing the colors for those shapes to speak to me instead of me delegating them. I find that to create the visual impact I want each piece to have ultimately, whether it’s a simple piece or an ensemble, requires my “listening to” as well as “looking at” color. Though I prefer the lackluster of a sanded finish, I do like to create the illusion of texture by suspending organic particulates such as sand, spices, dried leaves, almost anything that crumbles and stays on the surface, within the pigmented resin.”

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