Leona M Seufert creates one-of-a-kind pieces that are small works of art. Her signature style is to take found objects such as old belt buckles, pieces from broken jewelry, and wood, repurposing them into wearable art. Leona graduated from NYC’s prestigious high school, the High School of Art and Design, has a BA in Theatre Arts from the State University College in Potsdam, NY, and a certificate in Jewelry design from the Abracheff School of Art, NYC.
Leona is also a digital artist who uses Photoshop to create unique digital collages. Her “Digital Gems” jewelry utilizes Photoshop and ink jet printing, which have at their center an image generated on the computer and printed out on a color printer. The digital image is then combined with found objects.
“These small works of art are items you can wear close to your body, chosen for their unique statement, an object that enhances the vibes of your personality. They are “statement pieces” designed to be worn by a woman who is not afraid of attracting attention. I want you to wear my jewelry because it is as interesting and complex as you are.”