The open skies, animals, and agriculture of Heather Guidero's home state of Indiana inspired an early love for drawing, which evolved into a fascination with jewelry when she ventured into a community arts center class. Heather went on to formally train at Rhode Island School of Design, after which she worked as a goldsmith for renowned jewelry company Reinstein/Ross in New York. In 2005, she launched her namesake collection based in Providence, Rhode Island. Elements of modernist design, fashion, and urban architecture inspire this ethically-sourced gold and silver collection, with select pieces accented by diamonds or colored gems. Heather's unique explorations of volume, movement, and pattern transform into personal and interactive sculpture on the body.