Stewart Hanna uses new and recycled metals, wire and sheet metal to create his designs. He does not try to copy or recreate his pieces, as he wants each one to be an individual creation. Although Stewart is now legally blind, he worked as a carpenter for many years and is an amateur singer/songwriter. His style as a jewelry designer comes from his mind's eye and from experimenting with tooling and bending metals into interesting wearable shapes.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I hope your eyes are pleased!"