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I create one of a kind jewelry that is completely handmade from start to finish.
I use the German technique of hollow building to produce layers and shadow.
Starting with flat sheet the metal is shaped and soldered.
I am both a purist and an experimenter. I hand make all my tools, melt and pour metal, make wire and sheet. I use experimental textures and construction to see how far I can bend the ideas of form.
I am involved in every process of creating a piece, doing my own gem setting and stone cutting.
I don't care about the time I care about the quality. About doing justice to the art form.
Morgan Asoyuf (nee. Green) was born March 24, 1984 in Prince Rupert BC, to parents Henry Green and Jean Gardiner. Morgan is Ts'msyen Eagle Clan from Lax Kwallams BC.
Morgans artistic career started with Blanche Macdonald Centres Fashion Design Diploma, and an interest in painting Ts’msyen Designs. She carved cedar and alder while working with Henry Green, learning about the properties of the wood and how to properly care for it.
She took Bronze Casting at The Crucible art compound in Oakland, where industry professionals taught her both investment mold and Sand Casting.
In 2010 Morgan began studying at Vancouver Metal Art School under Gerold Mueller, a goldsmith from Pforzheim Germany. She received diplomas in both Jewelry design and Stone cutting learning special techniques such as hollow construction, custom stone cutting, and advanced soldering.
Morgan has studied design and engraving with Richard Adkins.
She attended Revere Academy in San Francisco for Gem Setting courses.