Fine craftsmanship is at the heart of every piece of jewelry I design and create. By combining strong structures with delicate textures and patterns I am able to balance attention to detail with timeless design.
Architecture and natural forms also play a significant role in the shape and designs of Megan Clark's work. Growing up as a child of world travelers, she has been influenced by many cultures of Southeast Asia and Europe. Her natural tendency and dedication to detail led her to the discovery of metals as a fantastic medium.
Using traditional fabrication techniques, Megan Clark cuts and forms her work from sterling silver and 18K gold sheet and wire. The oxidized finish consistent in her work is used to contrast the beauty of the polished 18K gold accents with the delicate forms in silver. Stingray leather is then incorporated as an organic contrast to the geometric simplicity of the form.
Megan Clark attended the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2001. Upon graduating Cum Laude with a BFA degree in Metals and Jewelry she began her career as a bench jeweler for notable fine craft artists in North Carolina. In 2009, she began her own enterprise and has been invited to prestigious festivals across the country.