[dropcap]A[/dropcap]nisa Stewart started making jewelry as an apprentice for South Florida award-winning jeweler, Mark Loren, when she was still in high school, working with him for a total of 15 years. She has won four highly coveted National Design Awards. Stewart makes all of her jewelry with the lost wax casting method, which means she starts off carving an original wax model that she then molds. Next, she burns out the wax and then pours molten metal into the void. This process allows her to get great detail into the piece.
To purchase her work, visit www.anisajewelry.com.