Alda Saunders has always been an artist. While studying Art History in university she also studied fine arts such as drawing, painting, design, composition and color theory. “Painting is a way of letting out one’s inner feelings,” she says, “and there isn’t a day goes by that I don’t need to do that!”

“Coal Mine” Necklace and Earrings

The coal mining history of her region got Alda to thinking that jewelry could be commemorative of an area. These lampwork glass beads made from metallic black glass look like various lumps of [...]

Horse Bracelet

A stallion charm hangs from this bracelet made of sterling silver findings and hand made by the artist lampwork glass beads. These beads have been formed by a torch and colours and shapes melted [...]

Lucky Bracelet

A four leaf clover charm hangs from this bracelet made of sterling silver findings and hand made by the artist lampwork glass beads. These beads have been formed by a torch and colours and [...]

Sweeter On The Vine

Mouth-watering tomato fruit are still on the vine ready to pick. Major color contrast of red and green against mostly neutrals emphasizes the subject.

Working Boat Dock

Landing on an old boat dock up the BC coast, I found this pile of has line next to an empty work boat.

Sunflowers 3

Sunflowers 3 shows the same subject done in an entirely different medium, that of oil pastel with black gouache background, to form a more ‘drawn’ effect.