Category Archives: Jewelry

Fred Stockbauer

Fred Stockbauer started cutting stones in the mid 60s after graduating from the University of Texas with a Masters degree. He won several awards for his stone cutting and in a few years began making jewelry using the lost wax process.  Fred’s design skills were sharpened through drawing, oil and watercolor classes at Laguna Gloria […]

Denise and Diana Steinhagen

After years of pursuing jewelry making as a hobby and studying the work of other jewelers, getting laid off from their jobs almost simultaneously launched the professional jewelry careers of these sisters. One can tell from their finished product that the San Marcos artists are still having fun and a growing customer base will attest […]

Randy Bryant

Randy Bryant has merged his childhood interest in rocks, fossils, Indian artifacts and love of the outdoors with his adult training as a draftsman to shape his professional career. This native Texan excels in creating his “One of a Kind Works of Art” of hand fabricated settings for his personally cut gemstones, including intarsia and […]

Dan & Linda Baker

Daniel and Linda Baker exhibited at their first art show in 1974 and have been a fulltime jewelry-making team since August of 1976. They produce jewelry of sterling silver, various gold karats and platinum using lost wax casting and a variety of fabrication techniques, including: granulation, reticulation, and mokume gane. They’ve won many awards in […]