Patricia Tozer is a fine artist, experimental silversmith and designer working in relationship with silver, gold and precious stones to create one of a kind pieces for her unique and discerning international clientele. Patricia’s influences are varied and include the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and Susanna Clarke, Irish and Czech folk lore and the land that supports her. She first learned her craft from master metalsmith, multidisciplinary artist and visionary Tosca Teran in Toronto, Canada. She was taught the secrets of Gold Flow ™ from award winning American silversmith, Melissa Hampton.

Her work will be shown at the upcoming Milano Jewellery Week taking place in Milan, Italy in October of 2022. She lives and works in the Pacific Northwest on an island in the ocean.

Patricia accepts very few commissioned works per year. If you are interested in having a custom piece made, please get in touch, and include a brief description of your requested piece. Acceptance or refusal of the custom work is at the artist’s discretion.

~Are you looking for Tree Speaks to Stone? You’ve found it!

“Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,
 For I would ride with you upon the wind,
 Run on the top of the dishevelled tide,
 And dance upon the mountains like a flame.”
 ― William Butler Yeats, The Land of Heart's Desire 

Curriculum Vitae ~ Selected Shows

Jewelry DROPS exhibit, Milano Jewellery Week, Milan, Italy October 2022
The Earring Show, Craft Council of BC, Vancouver Canada May-June 2022
Battle of the Rings, Danaca Design Gallery, Seattle WA USA April 2022
The Earring Show, Craft Council of BC, Vancouver Canada May-June 2021
An Unnatural History, TEST Gallery, Toronto Canada Oct-Nov 2017
Wicked Women, The Hermit’s Lamp, Toronto, Canada July 2017

I acknowledge and thank the Lkwungen People, also known as the Songhees, Esquimalt, and Beecher Bay First Nations communities, for allowing me to live, work and play on their lands. I also give thanks to the ancestors, supernatural ones, hereditary leaders and matriarchs, creatures big and small for looking after the rich resources and cultural teachings of this beautiful place. I am grateful for the enduring presence of indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island on this land.

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