Sarah Kroesser

Sarah began her jewelry career working with fresh water pearls and semi-precious stones. While traveling in Brazil, she was introduced to metalsmithing by way of a stone seller. He brought her to meet the jewelers at WR Atelier in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, where she was kindly offered an apprenticeship under the former H. Stern graduates. While working under the talented jewelers there, she developed basic techniques and then began studying with Corina Seiferle in Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

After returning to the US, Sarah took courses at Mass Art with Peter Evonuk and worked for Michele Mercado of Michele Mercaldo Jewelry in the South End of Boston. She then took an intensive at North Bennett Street School and began private study with a professor there. She currently designs and creates her own jewelry out of her home studio in the South End of Boston.

Sarah is a native of Boston, MA and graduated from Brown University in 2005.  She went on to get masters degrees in education and clinical social work and currently works as a psychotherapist in the Boston area. She brings a thoughtful approach to jewelry design based on her interest in
humanity and the aesthetic expression of experiences.