Hsiang-Ting Yen from HTY Jewelry
Describe your style, influences, inspiration, and what you plan to bring:
Through the years, the style of my work has been shifting from literal context to a more abstract and organic aesthetics, and it’s emphasizing on the relationship between the jewelry and the wearer. The majority of my jewelry is designed for confident and sophisticated metropolitan women, it conveys the symphony of bold colors, organic forms, gemstones, wearability, and artistic instincts. My goal is to always trust my artistic gut when it comes to jewelry design, and I’m determined to create the most unique and timeless piece to every single of my jewelry lovers. It’s not dare, it’s a promise.
In your experience, what has been your best venue for selling your work:
Craft shows, Facebook, and my website.
What is the weirdest job you have ever had?:
I’ll say this is the second coolest (besides my jeweler job). Housekeeping at Yellow Stone National Park Old Faithful Inn for the Summer in 2005. It was also my best Summer ever!