SCREE: \ˈskrē\

The accu­mu­la­tion of loose stones one has to walk through on the way to the top of the mountain.

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Roll Call! Jennifer Jesse Smith

Artist Jen­nifer Jesse Smith uses jew­elry as her medium to com­bine myth with soul. From a young age, she adopted the life of an artist and has since fol­lowed her path, nav­i­gat­ing through the beauty of both the tri­umphs and the strug­gles. Cur­rently, she is work­ing on pre pro­duc­tion for Cos­tume Designer Penny Rose and The Lone Ranger film project, star­ring Johhny Depp. Her pieces have been worn by Colin Fer­rell, Mickey Rourke, Holly Hunter, Mar­garet Cho and Billy Bob Thor­ton, to name a few. She has a BFA in sculp­ture from The School Of The Art Insti­tute Of Chicago. Fas­ci­nated by how peo­ple draw strength and mean­ing from the way they wear their art, Jen­nifer Jesse Smith cre­ates pow­er­ful pieces for peo­ple with pas­sion. Read about her quest in Issue 2.

Jen­nifer Jesse Smith’s Web Site