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naomi
Naomi makes jewelry and collages utilizing vintage ephemera, Italian maps, letters, photos, watch parts, game pieces, found objects, furniture and other materials, re-purposed for a new life while honoring the past imprint of the object’s history. Each piece is unique, hand-made, and can be customized.

Her jewelry has been sold in stores, galleries, pop-ups, and open studios including: the Legion of Honor Museum Gift Shop (San Francisco), Artefact Design & Salvage (Sonoma), MIO Concept Store (Florence), OPIFICIOJm (Prato), Gallery MC (NYC), and Villa Verone (Chicago). Purchases can also be made from her Etsy shop.

Originally from the Chicago area, she has also resided in Madrid, Seattle, San Francisco, and lives and works in Florence, Italy since 2000 where she teaches university-level jewelry courses. She has degrees in painting, interior architecture, jewelry arts, and has exhibited and sold her work in the US and Europe.

Naomi crea gioielli e collage utilizzando efemera vintage, mappe, lettere, foto, parti di orologi, pezzi di giochi, oggetti trovati, mobili, e altro materiale risultando in nuove proposte di vita per ogni oggetto, sempre onorando l’impronta del loro passato. Ogni pezzo è unico, eseguito a mano, e può essere fatto su misura. Originaria della periferia di Chicago, ha vissuto anche a Madrid, Seattle, San Francisco, e vive e lavora a Firenze dal 2000 dove insegna corsi di gioielleria. Possiede lauree in pittura, architettura d’interni, gioielleria, e ha esibito e venduto le sue opere negli Stati Uniti e in Europa.

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