Laurie Hall

Laurie Hall, along with Ron Ho, Kiff Slemmons, Ramona Solberg, and Nancy Worden, is part of what has been called the Northwest School of Jewelers, an influential jewelry art movement centered around an eclectic style of narrative and composition.

Laurie Hall is a long-time artist and educator from the Pacific Northwest, whose work has exhibited internationally. In 2016, her work was featured in Craft in America’s exhibition Politically Speaking: New American Ideals in Contemporary Jewelry Laurie’s work is part of numerous private and public collections including The Museum of Art and Design in NYC, The Tacoma Art Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Current Work

Red Balloon or Up, Up, and Away 
Brooch in sterling silver with ping pong. Approx. 2 1/2" long. 
Exhibit: Laurie Hall: On Parade 

 

Past Work

 
Protest is Patriotic 
Exhibit: Laurie Hall: On Parade 

 

Cloud 9
Bracelet, unrefined CA placer gold, fused 14k yellow and rose gold, carved and engraved Argentium silver, oxidized. Size S. Approx. 5 1/4" circumference by 1 1/2" wide. 

 

ASPEN GROVE VARIATION 
Bracelet, unrefined CA placer gold, fused 14k yellow and rose gold, carved and engraved Argentium silver, oxidized. Size S. Approx. 5 1/4" circumference by 1 1/2" wide. 

 

Eye/Spy
Pin in copper, bronze, and sterling silver, with magnifying glass. Approx 4 x 2 3/4".