Margie Rosenberg draws her inspiration from a deep connection with nature, her love to connect others to nature’s wonders, and the colorful diversity of many cultures’ clothing and traditions. Extensive traveling, and now living in the northeast has provided a diversified backdrop for artistic creation. Surrounded by art growing up with her mother as a professional painter and weaver, Margie studied many varied forms of art herself including batik, mosaics, jewelry, and weaving.
She had a successful career as an Occupational Therapist for over 40 years, until an accident and resulting injury forced her retirement. In addition to designing and making her own jewelry, Margie is selling her work at numerous juried craft shows and galleries including the Women Artist’s Collaborative show, the Spectrum Art Gallery gift shop, The Audubon Greenwich gift shop, and the New Britain Museum of American Art.
Using a variety of natural materials, Margie Rosenberg has amazing talent for creating intricate designs that bring out the colors and textures in the stones adding a subtle yet distinct elegance to the pieces. The energetic healing harmony of the stones and other natural materials bring the wearer balance and harmony to body, mind, heart, and spirit.