Like many artists, Becky Kelso's designs reflect her life experiences. Becky's education in design, her frequent travels, and upbringing in a family that appreciates art were all important influences in the creation of her jewelry collection.
Becky studied illustration and fashion design at the Fashion Institute in Southern California. However, it wasn't until 11 years later, and living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, for two years, that she found herself applying her educational background and experiences to design jewelry. It was in Mexico when she first explored the art of jewelry making.
Her fine jewelry has an antique look that is delicate and feminine and exhibits her cross-cultural interests. "I try not to follow huge trends, but instead I try to follow my heart in the direction it takes me," explains Becky. With a colorful gold-based collection, and one of her favorite stones being the Fabworthy tourmaline, her pieces are $200 and beyond and there is a large selection at Ylang 23.
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