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Here you will find unique handmade jewelry and art.

I am influenced by the simplicity of the Japanese style with an exotic twist. I try to recycle as much as possible and use mostly natural materials: waxed cotton cord, leather, rubber, carved bone and snake vertebra, antique hammered buttons, recycled paper and hand made paper as well as imported artifacts for interest. Each piece is handmade by me to be a unique and interesting piece of jewelry and art.

Midori is the Japanese word for "Green."

  Galleries: Marcia Azan | Faith Bemiss | Bill Brackett | Janis BurginGary Cadwallader | Madge Gressley
    Linda HooverShirley Horacek | Rebecca B. King | Dina Kowal | Matthew Kurz | Chester Lux | Kathryn Marshall |          Glenda Miller | Cynthia C. Morris | Linda Rhoads  | Jerry Ricker | Linda Schwermer | Julie Sieving | Marlis Wise

Large red African amber beads from Morocco, carved bone beads with Batik finish, carved bone beads from Kenya, silver bicone beads from Mali, silver buddha and white heart ox blood red beads.

Double pointed crystal quartz beads, red Jasper beads, ornate brass beads from India, black vinyl disks from Nigeria and large brass sun disk made by the Baule tribe on the Ivory Coast.

Tribal collar necklace. African square carved bone beads with Batik finish from Nigeria, brass Asian coin, brass beads from Mali, black vinyl disks from Nigeria, square carved bone bead on black rubber cord.

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Necklace. Handmade round brass disk from India, carved bone beads with Batik finish, brass Bicone beads all from Nigeria on black cotton cord.