Originally from an artistic island community in Florida, Harriet Taylor-Thorpe began sculpting in clay as a child, working with her artist mother and as a sculpture’s apprentice. At Boston’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts, she specialized in old masters techniques – egg tempera, gold leafing, woodcarving, and lithography. With precious metal clays, Harriet discovered the amazing beauty of combining sculpting and jewelry making – and took courses in this art at the Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, CT.
Inspired by nature – and often molded directly from local plants and flowers – each piece by Harriet is:
Sculpted and molded by hand
Made from sustainable, recycled materials
99.9% fine silver, sterling or bronze (or a combination thereof)
Celebrating a special moment? Ask Harriet to create sculpted jewelry especially for you!
Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Squirrel Design:
Harriet's company, Red Squirrel Design Boston, has been offering a decorative painting for homeowners and businesses in New England since 2001.
For more details, see www.redsquirreldesignboston.com or on Instagram at #redsquirreldesignboston.