Sandy
Den Hartog

Cell #:
928-486-0183
 

Tribal NUBIAN PRINCESS
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BLESSINGS
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BLUE AMOUR
,
African Wedding Necklace
,
Blue Nile
,
AZTEC PRINCESS
,
EIRNE
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EIRENNE: Goddess of Peace
,
ARIANA Means Peace in Africa
,
ANAKITA: Persian for IMMACULATE
,
LALIBELLA; A Place of Peace
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About the Artist

Take these stones into the palm of your hands. Mold them into the shape of your most public need. But Sculpt them into the image of your most private self. Lift up their hearts. These beautiful stones hold for some, Chances for a new beginning. Years ago Sandy Den Hartog embarked on a trip to Africa to discover the adventures of a Safari. She arrived a week before and began shopping. That is where she found some Ethiopian Crosses. She bought them for her daughters and granddaughters. When she returned to the United States she decided to design for each one of them a necklace. They loved them. She thoroughly enjoyed creating these necklaces. Liked how stones come to life when put together with other things. Not so good on their own but come alive when surrounded with other Findings. That began a love for the mixture of stones and other elements which she has over the years collected. She has brought back many things from her travels, with a thought about making them into jewelry. She has collected Artifacts and unusual items along the way. Her collection varies from very Ethnic, to partial Ethnic, South West, Classic, Sophisticated, and even Over the Top and on occasion it incorporates all of them in one design. Unique, different, one of a kind. For the discriminate woman. In a workshop where she does all of her customdesigns in her home in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. She remains excited about her work. Putting a gathering of her rocks and Precious Metals into something she feels is worthy of display to the world. This hasmade her a sought after artist…. Her pieces are one of a kind designs. From a personal view, She has given to charities such as Hospice, Cancer Society Fund Raisers and has donated a piece from her collection to be raffled with proceeds to go to whomever the Fund Raiser is for….and her favorite place to be is by the Ocean. Her work is currently exhibited at David Rafaels at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, and James Ratliff Gallery in Sedona, Arizona. She has placed in several Juried Art Shows in Arizona.

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