Dori Pratt describes herself as freakishly creative. She makes jewelry,
paints, and knits, and says that being creative is simply part of her DNA.

She has a BFA in painting and drawing and has lived in Park City since
1960. She taught Art at Park City High School for nine years, creating
both the ceramic and jewelry departments and has since pursued her
passion for metal and jewelry making.

She uses traditional silversmithing techniques such as fabrication and
lost wax casting in her jewelry line, incorporating stones into many of
her products. Each piece is designed around a specific stone or metal,
using color and texture to provide a focal point.

Her jewelry has been shown across the west and at Park City Arts
Fest. She is currently featuring Sterling Silver earrings, fun wearable
bracelets, and go-with-anything pearls.

Designs in Metal.