Sarah Fox of Cursive Design is a city dweller that loves open spaces. Her multi-facted jewelry line is unlike any you’ve seen before. Forget horseshoes, Sarah sources her charms and beads from all over- stashing them away for just the right creation. She digitally prints her own photography and works it into her unique designs that include reversible necklaces and delicate bracelets.
What is your studio like?
It’s really bright, lots of white, it gets gorgeous sun because it faces the south. I share with a ceramic artist who runs “Up In The Air Somewhere”. We try to keep a creative energy because it’s so important to keep a workspace inspiring.
Tell us a story
When I was in high school hemp necklaces were really popular. I started making them and selling them out of my backpack for $5. An entrepreneur at heart, I noticed another girl was doing the same, so to set myself apart, I started hand dying my hemp - forest green, navy blue. That did the trick.