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Stefania is a self-taught jewelry artist. Since childhood, she has alway been driven to create, and with a love of everything handmade, she began her venture into the art of handcrafted jewelry making. Stefania’s love for bold color, ornate details, original design and vintage jewelry allow her creations to become reality. She works with authentic natural stones and fine metals to create extraordinary pieces that are timeless and will be passed down from one generation to the next.

Stefania has been creating jewelry of some sort since she was in grade school and is always eager to practice old skills or learn new ones. Throughout her life, she has dabbled in a spectrum of art forms, including sewing, doll making, pottery, painting, glass blowing, fashion design and woodworking. Aside from making jewelry, she continues to pursue many of these art forms and currently operates two small shops on Etsy selling upcycled hand-stenciled wearables as well as one of a kind environmentally friendly handmade plush toys. She was Born in Worcester, MA, Stefania now resides in Virginia Beach, VA where she is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Business.

She has shown her pieces in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North and South Carolina and Virginia. Currently, her pieces are available at Ricky Evans Gallery in Southport, NC, Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, NC, Gallery at the Chapman in Hampton, VA and Riverview Gallery in Portsmouth,VA.

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