There’s little question where the natural beauty in the work of Brooklyn-based jewelry designer Erin Considine comes from. She’s organic to the core, with a sophisticated aesthetic. An avid thrift-shopper, she comes from a crafty 4H childhood, raised by artistic parents... hers was total vision from the start. Considine’s multidisciplinary approach to making jewelry comes by way of a homespun, recycled elements as well as a modern eye. She possesses masterful natural dying capabilities using organic fibers, and has honed technique for metal smith work and textile weaving.