Inspired by the windows of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the furniture styles of Gustav Stickley, these inventive jewelry designs reflect the artistic visions of these masters. Simple geometric lines with raised elements continuing around the finger epitomizes the flavor of that design period.
Voetsch was inspired by the notion of the American Arts and Crafts’ guild who embraced handcrafting over mass production manufacturing. Frank Lloyd Wright was the most famous proponent of the concept of the prairie landscape being reflected in the horizontal lines of the architecture. Voetsch incorporates these simple, horizontal elements in his Prairie Style collection.