About the Artist
Anna has been interested in both art and science since her childhood in Texas.  She majored in physics at Harvard University where she earned three degrees.  While there, she also took classes in art and developed skills in jewelry making.  During a successful career at Intel, she was involved in, among other projects, the development of techniques for joining fusible metals. 

Anna left the semiconductor industry in 1999 to begin her family.  While raising her three children, she resumed her interest in the creation of jewelry, specializing in cloisonné enameling and goldsmithing.  Merging her knowledge of material science with her innate artistic sense, Anna is now designing and making one-of-a-kind and limited production pieces of cloisonné jewelry.

Anna currently resides in Menlo Park, California, where she lives with her husband and children.