Debra Mitchell, Ogden Utah native and owner/designer of Twisted Silver, will be a featured artist at The Gallery at the Station in Ogden throughout the month of November. Over 70 one-of-a-kind designs in her collection will be on display and for sale, including many of her eco-friendly creations. Mitchell will be at the artist’s reception on November 4th from 6:00-8:00 pm.
Twisted Silver jewelry designs by Debra Mitchell are fashion forward uber hip creations in base metal, often asymmetrical, tag-and-clasp-in-front and one-of-a-kind. Stacy London’s (TLC’s What Not to Wear) own firm, Style for Hire, and national wardrobe consulting company Urban Darling both choses Twisted Silver as accessory staples. Celebrities like Sheryl Crow, Maria Shriver, The Bachelor’s Ali Fedotowsky, Cougar Town’s Carolyn Hennesy and Bachelor Pad — and Salt Lake City’s own — Michelle Money to name a few, are crazy for Twisted’s personality amplifying designs.
Ever “Eco Chic” most pieces are made from cast-off and forgotten materials and made vintage parts, then up-cycled for stunningly beautiful forward fashion. Utilitarian parts turned gorgeous means green never looked so good. All Twisted Silver pieces are handmade, carefully assembled in the U.S.A. Finished designs are never mass-produced anywhere.
Noteworthy pieces to look for at the Gallery in November include the Butterfly cuff, made from a vintage art deco mold and hand-torched for distinctive beauty. The Time earrings are recycled watch faces, artfully pounded into perfect imperfection and intentionally mis-matched. Many never-before-seen exclusive designs will be on display and for purchase.
Tens of thousands of Twisted fans are buzzing about the addictive jewelry line on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Twisted Silver’s line of jewelry can be found in fashion-forward boutiques across the country and online at www.twisted-silver.com.