We are La Soucique Studio, a collection of one-of-a-kind, small batch jewelry designed and handcrafted by Kimberly Hanna-Wallis in Amelia Island, Florida.
Working in the smallest environmental footprint possible is paramount to us. Our passion is in traditional hand-fabrication techniques and the use of found and recycled objects like seaglass (saltwater/surf tumbled), beach glass (freshwater/ river and lake tumbled) and sustainable metals.
To us, these techniques best achieve our aim of controlled simplicity and understated elegance.
With every piece we create, we strive to achieve balance between these precise methods and the imperfections of the organic world in which we find our inspiration.
All jewelry fabrication, from the sawing, filing, sanding, soldering, polishing and setting, everything is done in-house and we emphasize that we use only beach or seaglass that has been naturally tumbled by the environment in which it was found.
Upcoming Juried Art Festivals:
The Makery - Jacksonville, FL - 4/6-7, 2019
The Jacksonville Zoo Art and Garden Party - Jax, FL - 4/13-14
The Mandarin Art Festival - Jacksonville, FL - 4/20-21
The Cherokee Triangle Art Festival - Louisville, KY 4/27-28
Amelia Island Shrimp and Art Festival - Amelia Island - 5/4-5
Past Juried Art Festivals of Note:
2016 Gasparilla Festival of the Arts as an Emerging Artist (Tampa, Florida)
2017-18 Indie Craft Experience Holiday Shopping Spectacular - Atlanta, GA
2018 Moxie Fall Craft Fair - Brunswick, GA
2018 Market for Makers - Jacksonville (The Glass Factory)
2018 Chastain Park Art Festival - Atlanta, GA
2016-19 The Mandarin Art Festival (Jacksonville, FL)
2017-19 Cherokee Park Art Festival (Louisville, KY)
2015-19 Amelia Island Shrimp & Art Festival (Amelia Island, FL)
2017 Moxie Craft Festival (Brunswick, GA)
2016-17 Halifax Art Festival (Daytona Beach, FL)
2016 Telfair Art Museums Art Festival (Savannah, GA)
2016 Dickens on Centre (Amelia Island, FL)
2016 Amelia Island Shrimp and Art Fest, Fernandina Beach, Florida
2016 Mandarin Art Festival, Jacksonville, Florida (3/26/16)