About EarthWhorls™, LLC
The designs of Earth Whorls™ , LLC capture the elegance and splendor of nature’s creations. Each hand crafted piece reflects the line and texture, grace and radiance of precious and semi precious stones, pearls, crystal, mother of pearl, sterling silver, gold and other naturally occurring elements. The designs embrace in stylized settings, the ageless beauty of materials that have been tempered by time, wind, and weather.
Each design is an original, one of a kind piece that will not be replicated. Cognizant of the endless variety nature has to offer, the designers offer an endless variety of settings for the very best quality stones and findings from around the world.
About the designer, Susan A. Katz
That which is beautiful is natural. And the beauty of nature holds the key to the senses, tempting us to not only visualize all that surrounds us but to feel it, taste it, explore the scent and sound of it and ultimately surrender to the emotions it inspires.
It is this love of the natural world that sparks my need to create. It provides the impetus for designing jewelry, for needing to capture in circles of stone, that which is too vast, too astonishing to be held inside. It cries out to be shared, and in the sharing it expands into even more compelling experiences.
It is the variety and vitality of nature that brought me to an awareness of the promise of stones. Seen in their natural settings - scattered about in woods and on beaches - stones exude an air of individuality and intense beauty. There are stones that shimmer with hidden lights - stones that are rough and abraded by the powers of storms and seas and volcanic eruptions - stones that are flat and smooth as liquid light - and stones that capture the elegance and inscrutability of creation.
In their depths, I saw an endless array of possibilities. Not the possibility of improving on what nature had created, but the possibility of taking what nature provided and embracing it in arms of silver, integrating pearls with stones, stones with shells, rough with smooth, polished with textured, providing a stage on which nature’s players might perform.