Meet The Halstead Grant 2011 Silver Finalists, Ellen Himic!
Ellen’s intricate jewelry designs have appeared in popular fashion magazines and on several prime time television shows. Her work combines the best of traditional bench jewelry with all that modern technology and CAD design offer to craftsmen in the trade. The elegant designs are ideal for formal occasions.
Ellen Himic is a graduate of the esteemed Tyler School of Art. Her design studio is in Philadelphia, PA. Her work is inspired by architecture, windows, textures and everyday objects. Ellen’s jewelry is primarily sterling silver and vermeil with pearl and gemstones. The line is glamorous yet affordable.
Most items in Ellen’s collection are priced between $90 – $500. Her collections can be purchased online on her website as well as on ArtfulHome.com, MaxandChloe.com and Endless.com. The Ellen Himic collections are also sold at fine jewelry galleries in the Eastern United States.
The Halstead Grant 2012 call for entries for emerging silver jewelry designers will be released in the next month. Applications for this year’s award will be due in June.