Greg's fondest memories include the time he spent at his Grandparent's farm. When he wasn't wandering the fields, woods, and creeks, immersing himself in nature he learned to love creating, whether it was his Grandfather help build the house, learning to garden, cook, with his Grandmother Pebble or sew at his Great Grandmother Katy Ross's sewing machine. It was at the family farmhouse in Pink, OK he learned the value of craftsmanship and how to do a job well.
Today Greg makes simple yet elegant jewelry with a modern twist. Inspired by his Cherokee culture, Greg uses all natural materials, freshwater pearls, and gemstones set in a rustic setting of copper, finished with deer hide. Keeping with Cherokee tradition Greg gives back by mentoring other artists and setting up a college scholarship for Cherokee youth.
Whether you are hitting the open road looking for a new favorite place, starting a new job, or starting a new family, Cherokee Copper can help you express that spirit of adventure with jewelry that is simple and classic yet elegant enough for that special occasion. What is your next adventure? Where will Cherokee Copper take you?