After a 30-year hiatus, Mary Page Jones resumed life as a silversmith. In the intervening years, her home was in Jerusalem, on the island of Cyprus, Hawaii, Wyoming, Arizona and landing in Richmond, Virginia. From her collection of Virginia family silver, jewelry acquired in the Middle East, Egypt, Cyprus, Jordan and Hawaii come pendants, rings, bracelets and necklaces. Her vision for repurposing opens a world of possibilities and unique jewelry. Mary Page believes if it can be thought, it can be done. Her international and national clientele appreciate the inclusion of diverse cultures in her work.
Bob Gordon Jones began painting watercolors at 15. Encouraged by the Blue Ribbon from The Cody Wyoming Art League for his painting“The Gun Barrel Fire”. Fascinated by space and Hubble and the James Webb Space Telescopes with their pictures of our universe began his paintings of stars, planets, galaxies, nebula and deep space. Bob’s painting of “The Butterfly Nebula in The Scorpius Constellation” was the beginning of his work from Hubble pictures. “The Glory of God” was his first from James Webb Telescope. As the retired Episcopal Bishop of Wyoming exploration of deeper into heavenly bodies gave him a new theological sense of adventure in Creator, Holy Wisdom.