"Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions."

                                             -- coco chanel

Mary Irene

Mary Irene (Muscogee Creek) began silversmithing in 2009 and has already garnered international attention for her bold, organic and contemporary work. She rapidly gained attention and began traveling with her work and has been accepted into several prestigious shows including the Smithsonian NMAI Indian Market in Manhattan as well as SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe, NM. Mary enjoys working primarily with sterling silver and incorporates high-end natural stones such as Tahitian Pearls, Mediterranean Coral, and natural diamonds. Her inspiration comes from natural elements found in modern architecture, contemporary fashion, with a traditional Muscogee Creek background. Mary describes her creative process as "having a relationship with the metal in which you often have to compromise to create something distinct and refined.” Her list ofcollectors continues to grow, including our Comanche Brother Johnny Depp.  Mary’s evolving style continues to forward the Native American Contemporary path…