5 x 2 x 1 cm
Cast Silver with stainless steel lever backs
These silver tendril earrings were shaped in wax first and then cast using the lost wax technique therefore they are one of a kind. They were inspired and modeled after real tendrils from my grape vines.
Laura Elise Muller grew up in Hamilton, Ontario and went to art school in Dublin Ireland, followed by McMaster University. It was at Haliburton School of Art + Design that she learned the art of stone carving and is now a part-time summer faculty member. Elise has been a stone sculptor since 2001, carving a variety of stones such as Marble, Alabaster, Limestone, and Granite. Her work ranges from small pendants to large sculptures for gardens and for public places. Elise's Granite sculpture "Attunement" won the Canadian Sculpture Competition at Kingsbrae Gardens in St. Andrews, New Brunswick in 2018. Recently, Elise has been taking the Jewellery Certificate program from HSAD to learn the skills necessary to start her line of LEM Jewellery, named after her initials. She lives and works at Stone Tree Studio in the Lake of Bays township of Muskoka, Ontario. Her Studio is surrounded by forest, gardens and wildlife where she is constantly inspired to create art whether that be jewellery, sculpture or printmaking.