JewelryMountain Living Studio represents some of the most talented jewelry makers in the Pikes Peak Region. Our collection spans a large variety of motifs, so it is easy to find something to match your style.


Ally Roberts-Dorr resides in beautiful Denver, Colorado with her partner. She has always been creating and continues to find inspiration for fresh new ideas. She loves treasure hunting for unusual stones, glass and resins to incorporate into her next idea. Her dream is to be known around the world for fun and unusual jewelry designs. Ally hopes you have fun expressing your unique style every time you wear her designs!


For over ten years Ronee has been designing and creating gemstone jewelry for women who appreciate superior quality. By cultivating long standing relationships with her suppliers, she is able to offer her customers value and selection in an affordable price range.
Her inspiration stems from the thousands of strands covering her studio walls and the women who collect and wear her jewelry.
She embraces classic elegance infused with color and movement. She does not choose to mass produce anything, and derives great pleasure from grading and sorting every stone or pearl and using it to best advantage. Whether she is constructing a signature piece or a simple pair of earrings, she pays the same meticulous attention to detail. She loves her work, and we hope it shows! See THIS PAGEto purchase some of Ronee’s work from our online store.Ronee Del Bianco


efratdaltonEfrat Dalton is a self-taught artist who has loved to draw and paint since childhood. Through the years, she developed her own style and technique using a variety of media including graphic art, glass and jewelry design. Most of her work is hand-crafted one-of-a-kind originals or limited editions. Using mixed media, glass and vintage materials enables her to express herself in a variety of styles. The love for glass,color and metal started with soldered glass jewelry that blossomed into fused glass jewelry that is embellished with unique metal work that reflect her love of flowers and nature. Her passion for graphic designs and vintage images inspired her to create her large collection of funny and unique greeting cards. Her goal is to design a piece of jewelry or card that are unique and brings pleasure to those that purchase them.


Tonya Norton specializes in chainmaill jewelry using aluminum and copper jump-rings. She incorporates swarovski crystals in her earrings and bracelets along with fun colors and aluminum scales. Her chainmail frequently uses byzantine and helm chain techniques along with her own styles, including her shaggy loop earrings.Tonya Norton Art


Barry Ryan specializes in fused and dichroic glass pendants, earrings and bracelets. His wife assits him with styles and patterns to add femininity to the jewelry. Barry experiments with different applications of the dichroic by varying solid and clear layers of glass. barry ryan art


Jody SawdoJody Sawdo resides in Gunnison, Colorado and has lived there for many years. Jody enjoys making silver jewelry, but also likes to mix in other metals such as brass and copper in its many forms.
In his pieces he loves to work with fossils, stone cabochons, gemstones, seashells, pearls, horn ivory, and anything which is unique. He also works with copper and bronze metal clay to add to the creative process.Jody Sawdo Jewelry


Veronica is a Colorado based jewelry Design Company founded in the spring of 2001. Today, designer and owner Veronica Willingham has chosen to express herself through the artisanship of designing and creating jewelry. The company still remains a family run operation through which the passion for harmony in jewelry continues. Veronica’s art is developed by an ever changing desire to find the fine line between fashion forwardness and graciousness in design. While ever hoping to convey the power jewelry has to express the many human values including, strength, love, and faith. While at the same time emphasizing the wearability of the art Veronica designs, she opts for subtlety over showiness, pursuing an aesthetic of simple beauty. Veronica Willingham Jewelry aesthetic is transmitted through the natural beauty of the materials used. Abundant precious (Rubies, Multi-Color Sapphires, Emeralds) rare (Kyanite, Andalusite, Prasiolite) and semi-precious (Turquoise, Lapis, Rutilated Quartz) stones (to name a few), all original designs are created by carving in wax or fabricating in metal. Cast in silver and gold, the pieces seek strength in both simplicity and substance.Veronica Willingham Art


Shelly Stark is a self-taught artist who creates intricate and diverse necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. She incorporates a variety of quality cut stones as well as pearls, crystals, charms, and leather in her jewelry. Her style varies from chunky turquoise necklaces, to dainty beaded bracelets, to simple earrings with sparkle. shelly stark art


Carolyn Musick finds inspiration for her jewelry from the story of the tree of life. She incorporates wire wrapping and stones into her tree necklaces and bracelets, and also creates delicate paintings on shells. The Story of the Tree of Life: For all the people of the earth, the Creator has planted a Sacred Tree under which they may gather, and there find healing, power, wisdom, and security. The roots of this tree spread deep into the body of Mother Earth. Its branches reach upward like hands praying to Father Sky. The fruits of this tree are the good things the Creator has given to the people: Teachings that show the path to love, compassion, generosity, patience, wisdom, justice, courage, respect, humility… and many other wonderful gifts.Carolyn Musick Jewelry


meganbassetA statement from the artist: I really like to make things… When I was little, besides sledding, skating, and skiing, I would spend the cold Wisconsin Winters painting ceramic statues. I was a perfectionist at it. Every paint line had to be straight. From then on I dabbled in everything creative. I made friendships pins (remember those!)… I painted… I tried to sew… I used colored pencils… I cooked… I made stationary… In College, at the University of Minnesota, I wanted to pursue a career that I loved. I tried photography, film studies, and journalism. I thought about interior design. In 1996 I became a ski bum. I packed my bags, bought a YACIMA Bike and Ski rack and move to Colorado. I fell in love with Ski life. That was it, my new degree, Recreation and Leisure Studies. A year later I graduated with a degree and started “grown up life”. But I still had a desire to create.

Fast Forward 10 years…

In Italy while working the Olympic Winter Games, I fell in love with Murano glass. After the Games, my husband and I toured the Italian countryside. I purchased glass and jewelry from every city we visited. Absolutely a trip to remember. While back at home I learned that my friend’s sister makes glass. She took me to Bella Studio where I signed up for several classes. I loved the class… Loved the medium… Loved the glass… I love the freedom to create… Today, I live in Colorado Springs with my husband Alan and our son Cortland. I stay busy raising a family, and designing my glass jewelry at my studio in Colorado Springs. Megan Bassett Art


Each piece is a hand-cut copper base with glass enamel and silver. The chains are copper also. All are torch-fired by Liese personally.
A statement from the artist: “When I was small, I remember lying on my back under a side table in my Grandparents’ house. The tabletop was a round slab of marble, out of which grew a lamp with lead crystal teardrops dangling from a filigree bloom. There was a circlet of these crystals beneath the lamp as well and I watched the front parlor glow in the half-light reflected from these tiny worlds of faceted glass. In that private world just a few inches from the floor, the chairs all had carved feet on the bottom and way above me near the ceiling I could see the undersides of little animal faces in the corners of the moldings. I would climb up the steep stairs to the dusty attic with crates of 45 records and the secret-seeming low doors to mysterious things in storage in the eaves. Sometimes I would hide myself in the tiny sewing room under the stairs or spend hours pawing through Grammy’s costume jewelry, trying on clip-on earrings and peeking into lockets. One day I came into my grandparents’ house and everything looked different. The tiny details were still there, but I was too tall to see them so intimately anymore. Some of the magic had disappeared. I have been trying to get back to that magical world ever since. This series holds all the nostalgia and strange faces of my past. I wanted to know what was inside, what was under, what was behind things. I still do. Come into the wardrobe with me, let the smell of old faded minks brush your face and peek with me up onto the high shelf filled with hatboxes and secrets…”
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