The LSE Studio is excited to announce that we will have a limited inventory available for this years LOVE day. This classic hallmark holiday has always been focused on who your valentine is, assuming it should be someone besides yourself.
The LSE Studio thinks SELF LOVE is far more important than
the love that exist beyond YOU.
So this year, treat yourself to something special and don’t be afraid to do it.
It’s a New Year and We are Excited to Spend it With You!
This year, we are striving to connect even deeper with our beloved clients. The LSE Studio is now going live with Newsletters! It is a great way for you to see What’s New, What’s Coming and What’s Available!
All you have to do is follow the Link below to our HomePage and when the pop up appears, input your email! By doing so and as a token of our appreciation, you will receive a coupon code towards something in the online shop or a custom piece!
The LSE Studio wants to help you change the way you shop for the Holidays!
It is a vital time to create and support our communities. The best way we can do that is by choosing to buy locally in our neighborhoods and cities or to support artisanal work that takes true intention and commitment to ones passion. We so often find ourselves looking for the best deal at our nearest big box store, but have you thought what buying from an artisan or local does for both you, them and the community? It helps to support families, children, small businesses and the overall local and artisanal economies and communities
LSE is doing a holiday campaign to encourage you to consider buying your gifts with thought and intention this year and help a small business and their family, rather than another corporation.
We invite you to join us!!
Share the image above with the Hashtag #supportartisans or #supportlocal and help us share the word and the love with our friends and family, because by buying local and artisan, you really are making a difference.
With Nature always being a huge inspiration in the LSE Studio, we are happy to present this years Holiday Collection, AboveandBeneaththeAspens. These limited, pre-made pieces are just as one of kind as the custom work that is seen in the gallery. These unique, original heirlooms are all made with precious metals to guarantee quality and stability.
Traveling through Denver this Summer? Don’t miss the
Colorado State Symbols Exhibit
Now on display
At the Denver International Airport!!
What:: Colorado State Symbols Exhibition displays the many historical facets of Colorado; from its gem and minerals to its historical sites and past times. Featuring artist and organizations from all over Colorado to bring you a creative and education experience.
Having trouble finding the perfect gift for that awesome someone?
Lindsey Scot Ernst Jewelry is now offering Gift Cards!
Have a special, one of a kind piece started for any occasion with these special, $100 gift cards. Good FOREVER! YAY! And good for any type of piece from pendants to cuff links to bride/groom adornments.
Lindsey Scot Ernst is a custom jeweler who takes pride in creating one of a kind heirlooms for people and their families. Crafting innovative and original styles from her home in Colorado, Lindsey loves nothing more than capturing your unique style in Silver, Platinum and/or Gold. Choose from any gemstones or color your heart desires and have her create a piece that is meant just for you.
Owned and operated by a team of talented women, Spectra aims to support artists and provide a space that cultivates creativity through highly curated contemporary art exhibitions and events. Our goal is to support artists who have a clear vision and love for what they do, while inspiring people who are not necessarily artists through a variety of events, art classes, lectures, and demos, in a beautiful and welcoming environment.
LIV + WORK is owned and operated by Wichita’s own, Olivia Grant. While her work has been available through her pop up shops and online shops for many years, you can now walk right in to the historic store front in Downtown Wichita! In April of 2017, Liv opened the first brick and mortar store for liv+work. There she not only sells her collection of home goods, art and clothing, but also features local artists with other high end, quality made goods; holds mini market craft fairs and Final Friday gallery showings; and teaches multiple workshops a month to spread the creative vibes around her community! Come check it out!
My partner and I just spent the last 6 weeks traveling India, Thailand and Vietnam. It was life changing to say the least. Not many people would want to come home or back to reality after a trip like that, but honestly, I did. I gained so much inspiration from every Town, City and Country we traveled. We saw something new everyday, turning our perspective of life in circle, reflecting and shattering old thoughts or expectations and starting anew just like that. The gift of perspective is what I gained the most during our 6 weeks away from this highly, almost too, structured country.
The chaos and beauty I found in India is insurmountable and I finally understand why the Lotus Flower is the countries symbol. India is not an easy place to travel in from foot to car to train to bus to plane, India is not for the faint of heart. I found it is a place where some of the most badass and indestructible people live. The gifts I was given in India will last me a lifetime. From the beautiful friends that we now call family, the beautiful art I was able to gift to the people I love, the most baller gemstone store in a dark back alley I have ever been into, to the incredible animals that roam the land, free and wild and the intricate and intentional architecture that fills the scenery as your driving on a small highway between cities. India is magic.
Thailand and Vietnam were pure bliss. The people, the food, the atmosphere, the color, the hot sun, the misty mornings, the crisp blue oceans, the architecture, the cave system that run through central Vietnam, the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and Saigon, the limestone carst that cover Ha Long Bay. So many new things for us on this trip, and with the new, comes new beginnings.
So that is where I will leave off, on New Beginnings. I hope this year brings you all new and positive changes to your lives. We all need it and we must surrender and embrace it. There is a whole world out there. Go explore.
It has been a long time coming! My partner, Victor and I, along with a group of friends, have been planning a trip to India for over a year now. The anticipation and excitement is setting in now more than ever. At first, Victor and I were only going to go to India. Our original itinerary was from Feb. 3rd to the 23rd. We decided a few months ago that we needed to take full advantage of this time and location and so we extended our trip. We have decided to stay in India for a few extra days. We are then traveling to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam for an additional three weeks.
This has been a dream trip of mine and also his, for some time now. The food is what first turned me onto the SE Asian countries. As a lover of cooking, this is not just about indulgence of delicious food. It is also about gaining a better understanding of their flavors, spices, ingredients and techniques.
While food is very high on the list, it is not the only thing I am looking forward to. Jewelry and Metalsmithing has deep roots in India and SE Asia, not to mention, is home to some of the most beautiful gemstones in the world. I plan to bring home a limited amount of treasure to share with you all, so please stay tuned for that on my return home.
Of course… lets not forget… the architecture. This may be the one thing that will continuously blow me away every place we visit. The architectural history is strong and powerful in every country we are visiting. I intend to harness some of that strength during this trip and look forward to bringing it home to share with you all.
We invite you to stay connected with us on our travels!