Tucson based maker, Danielle Embry creates contemporary jewelry and sculpture that abstracts the visual language of nature to present the viewer with an alternate perspective of the world we inhabit. Originally from southern Arizona, Danielle received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art from Arizona State University in 2004. Her work is represented in numerous private and public collections, notably including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts. Danielle’s intricately crafted pieces have been exhibited widely in juried and invitational exhibitions throughout the U.S., Mexico, Denmark, and Taiwan. Noteworthy publications featuring her work comprise of 500 Enameled Objects, the 2018 SNAG Jewelry and Metals Survey, as well as Mastering Contemporary Jewelry Design.