The Wild Angel Studio artists were brought together by a shared love for art, for Santa Fe, and the Northern New Mexico light. The brilliant light and clear skies inspires much of their creativity.
The artists operate in the historic stables on Canyon Road, one of the last of Santa Fe's historic working artists studios. They produce and sell their creative pieces in one of the most charming old Santa Fe style studios.
Danna's jewelry is a play of light and line in silver and gold. Most of her pieces have a textural quality that stems from a background in drawing and printmaking. She designs for adornment, inspiration, celebrtion, empowerment, healing, beauty and joy, all of the things that jewelry can represent in our lives.
She attended Kansas City Art Institute in Design for 2 yrs, then graduated with a BFA from Florida Atlantic University in 1984. Inspired by the culure and light and artistic environment of Santa Fe, she has called it "home since 1985.
She has been an owner of Wild Angels Studio since 1993, and continues to produce her jewelry from this lovely little studio/gallery on Canyon Rd,"the Art and soul of Santa Fe".
Her work is available wholesale for galleries with a minimum order of $500.00
Jane Larson, 46 of Santa Fe combines her love of Art and culture by importing beautiful custom jewelry to Santa Fe that helps support an important health care project in Hyderabad, India. www.indiahealthfoundation.org.
Born in Rochester, Minnesota, Jane grew up with an appreciation of art, medicine and philanthropy. At a young age she traveled widely and developed a love for the ancient world. She attended Mills College in Oakland, California and earned a degree in International Relations and a minor in Art. Today, Larson calls Santa Fe home.
Shirley Lynn moved from England to the United States in January, 1987, to paint the northern New Mexico landscape. She graduated from Harrow School of Art in London, England, in 1978 with a degree in illustration. She worked in London from 1978 to 1986 as a book designer, illustrator, graphic designer, and studio manager, meanwhile painting on commission.
She now lives with her daughter, Sienna, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Shirley spends her time painting at her studio-gallery on Canyon Road and faux-painting for clients.