Living in the Shenandoah Valley, we are surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Alleghany mountains that have been the inspiration behind our botanical lines. In addition to the mountainsides, we began to look more closely at the walkways of our home in Lexington. Antique bricks made in the late 1800s and early 1900s that form our local sidewalks can also be found in many communities across America. In the late 1990s we designed a jewelry line that is our own interpretation of these old paver patterns. As the jewelry line expanded, we also introduced bags, clothing, paper goods, and various accessories that form our trademarked Historic Brick Collection featuring the Lexington Brick.
Driven by the stories that are behind our work, we have designed collections for Prevent Child Abuse America's Pinwheels for Prevention campaign, the pqbd dyslexia symbol, the MLK Foundation, Arlington Cemetery, W&L Mock Con, and various other organizations. These pieces raise awareness and start conversations in ways that only the language of art can achieve.
Our work is displayed in boutiques, museum gift shops, and at our local artist co-op, Artists in Cahoots, located in Lexington, VA. We are always available to discuss custom options and specific style requests. Please feel free to contact us with special requests or questions.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis we have closed our gallery ARTISTS IN CAHOOTS,
however you can view and purchase art from our membership on our online store.
Maureen and Rebecca Worth are a mother and daughter team who have been designing and creating jewelry together since the mid 1980s.