A few words about our featured pop-up artist, jewelry designer Jae Truesdell, whose work will be on display at Blue Door Beads through from September 25th through October 15th:
Once Jae found jewelry artistry, design seemed to come naturally. Perhaps it’s in his genes, since his great grandmother Ethel (Margolis) Goldberg was a silver jeweler, and his grandma Anita (Goldberg) Kasle was a fashion consultant. Jae uses mixed metals, natural materials, and semi-precious gemstones throughout his jewelry line. The style of his line is sophisticated and mature, part edgy and part classic. You’ll find sterling silver, rose gold, and gold-plated items in his work, copper and brass in unique finishes, and several types of chains — and many of his pieces uniquely combine all elements! Jae makes a point to combine both new materials and vintage “found objects” in his Margolis Goldberg Jewelry line. He hopes that his customers receive much joy from his jewelry — he finds great joy in imagining, creating, and offering his work!
See more of Jae’s work on Etsy! Margolis Goldberg: Handmade Jewelry & Goods.