Fullerton Bahr is a husband and wife team who collaborate on both the design and production
of their work. They have been pursuing their craft for 12 years.
The concept of their work is to evoke the imagery of primative art or archeological relics
but in a clearly contemporary expression. The compositions tend to be a sort of collage
of many varied and contrasting elements that relate like found objects within the composition.
This along with the patinas result in a curiously post-apocalyptic look or an almost
'road warrior' aesthetic.
Their collection includes earrings, brooches, pendants, bracelets, and rings (including
wedding sets". The current work is usually composed with sterling armatures that are
developed with collage like compositions of 22k, 18k, and 14k colored golds, mokume
gane and sterling sliver with diamonds and pearls. Mokume gane, the featured technique
is hand fabricated by John and Lynda. It involves an ancient Japanese metal working
technique of layering multi colored metals such as gold, sterling and shakudo.