Meet the artist: Jewelry artist Tammy Rice in-store

June 05, 2015 1 Comment

Summer trunk shows are officially starting, and we're kicking our summer series off with a fabulous jewelry & accessory designer. Tammy Rice is bringing a trunk filled with her earth-friendly accessories. Meet the artist and see her collection TODAY, First Friday, June 5th from 5-9p and Saturday from 11-2p. 

 

Tammy is a self-taught Minnesotan artist who has been designing recycled inner tube jewelry (yes, inner tubes!) for the last nine years. Shocked to discover that inner tubes can take up to 500 years to decompose in a landfill, she got to work repurposing this discarded material.  


Now, her line includes not just jewelry, but handbags, belts, and coasters. As she continues pursuing her art, Tammy sticks by her motto: “Make peace, not landfills.”

You have to see these very wearable, VERY affordable contemporary pieces in person. Visit us today and Saturday!

1 Response

Diane Eder
Diane Eder

November 11, 2017

Hi Tammy,
I bought a bracelet of yours for my daughter at a little shop up in Lake Tomahawk Wisconsin. (Butcher’s Wife) She LOVES it and wore it everyday. It has come apart and I was wondering if you could fix it or if I could get a new one. She loves it so I would want the same one or very similar. I could send you a picture…thank you!!! Diane Eder

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