Expertly crafted, these long diamond earrings radiate with fire and ice. Enhance any outfit with their sparkling presence, sure to catch the eye and add a touch of elegance. Made in an elongated diamonds shape, these earrings are a must-have for any jewelry collection.
Marissa Magneson is a Cree-Métis artist, photographer, educator, and workshop facilitator. She has a BFA honours degree from York University (Toronto, Canada) and a Master’s degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies from Trent University (Peterborough, Canada). Her re-search explores Indigenous methodologies using beadwork as visual storytelling. Marissa's work is rooted in decolonizing education, strengthening community and cultural reclamation. In her collaborative work with various organizations, Marissa works towards photographing, consulting, educating, and creating programming in meaningful ways. Marissa would like to acknowledge her maternal grandmother, Elaine Jessop, whose life-long work on Indigenous women’s rights inspires her own journey.
Marissa is currently pursuing her Ph.D. at York University in the Faculty of Education where she is researching “Beadwork as Pedagogy: A Bridge Towards Cultural Reclamation and (re)Conciliation.”
Materials: Size 11 delica beads, Sterling sliver hooks and beaded tip
Length: 4 inch (hook incl)
Width: 3/4 inch