About The Artist

Elizabeth MaxwellThe urge to create is compulsory with most humans, but for Elizabeth Maxwell, the practice of wire wrapped jewelry embodies the art of invention and problem solving, and exercises her creative spirit in a way that improves the lives of others. Creating wire wrap jewelry art is as important as having air to breathe. Working with dazzling metals, emeralds, sapphires, citrine and opals, her creations are the ultimate adornment for the individual who strives to express their absolutely unique and divine nature; to let their goddess light shine.


Department store jewelry, however expensive and shiny, smacks of the industrial machine to Elizabeth. She has never taken to wearing it. She has been wearing her own handcrafted products for many years, and over the course of time she began to consider that those heartfelt compliments were pointing her somewhere. In 2015, she decided share her gifts with others so they, too, may enjoy feeling special and unique. These wire wrapped gemstones symbolize the inner beauty and unique divinity that is each person’s birthright. She wants to help you get in touch with the sacred core of your own marvelous self.


Each piece is lovingly, passionately handcrafted with semi-precious and precious jewels extracted from the belly of mother; lovingly polished, cut and wrapped with your divine nature in mind.


“Come on you raver, you seer of visions, come on you painter, you piper, you prisoner, and shine!” ~Pink Floyd


Elizabeth Maxwell and her husband live simply, and they feel incredibly fortunate that they measure their successes in life by how much time each day they can devote to being creative, rather than by any monetary yardstick. Elizabeth earns a lot less than she did while in bondage to the corporate world, but her expenses are much less also. Her motto, evident in the wire wrapped pieces that adorn her customers, is “Love what you do; live with passion.”


PlasmaCAM Asheville
PlasmaCAM at Work
CNC Cut Steel Brackets
CNC Cut Steel Brackets


She also helps her husband with his sign company, designing wood and metal signs and cutting the steel ones with her PlasmaCAM.








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