Creek treasures are collected and transformed into fashionable accessories like these bolo necklaces.
Found fossils are transformed into a timeless, ornamental neckpiece. Seen here is a representative of Leptaena, a genus of extinct brachiopods commonly found in Ordovician limestone.
The tiniest found objects, such as mineral fragments and mirror bits, become re-imagined as a myriad of mismatched ear studs.
Scrap metal cut from soda cans are re-purposed into bolo tie "sliders."
Copper electrical fittings are hammered and stuffed with rabbit fur salvaged from discarded coats.
Dream catchers are created by upcycling discarded bangle bracelets and fallen branches.
Buttons sliced from found deer antlers.
Found river glass is wire wrapped to create a unique bolo neck piece.