Amy Skrocki

Inspired by the building blocks of life, ancient history, and natures perfected designs Amy aspires to capture the essence of the excellence in design from which all things are derived. Amy Skrocki (Edmonton AB) describes her work as "designs which are symmetrical, or complement one another, and thrive on a rich organic infusion (that) marry stones, leather, metals and imagination into a unique union of artistic composition".

Amy's work is fabricated without molds in her studio "Paragon of Design" that she shares with her partner Tanner Wilson.  Together they use materials such as copper, sterling silver, gem stones, leather, wood and glass  adopting both traditional and modern metal/leather/and blacksmithing techniques to form each piece. Primarily a self-taught jewellery artist with training in silver and black smithing and biology, Amy has completed course work through the Gemological Institute of America to become an accredited jewellery professional.  She  is currently working towards becoming a graduate gemologist.

ACC exhibitions: #ABCRAFT (2016)