” I enter my studio inspired to creatively represent and honor the natural world through my own artistic vision and appreciation.”

Artist Sasha Case works in the rigorous and intriguing art of jewelry design.  Her unique creations reference ancient culture, whimsical allegory and aspects of natural world in all its beauty, irony and magnificence.

Sasha grew up on the sunny coast of Southern California. Her first artistic passion was modern dance and in her younger days she acted and danced her way across stage and screen using her given name, Virginia Bryant.

After living and working as an actress in Rome Italy for over eight years, Sasha, her husband Russell and their son Max returned to the states where Sasha worked as a  designer. Her company “Flora”  featured products designed and produced that embodied her love for the sensual and romantic culture of Italy as well as the whimsy and modernity of her west coast upbringing.

Over the last three decades, Sasha has produced both decorative arts for the home and wearable art for women. Sasha’s creations have been seen on red carpets and featured in national periodicals. Since moving to Arizona, Sasha has been passionately exploring the art of fine silver, creating one of a kind wearable art often enhanced with beautiful and unusual gemstones. Her work is featured in the books, “Star Style at the Academy Awards” “1000 Beads.” Her charming creations have been featured in periodicals including, “In Style Magazine,” “Santa Barbara Magazine”, “People”, “USA Today”, “Ladies Home Journal,” “ Better Homes and Gardens,” “Allure” and many more.

Her work has been featured in art galleries and museums: Tohono Chul Gallery, Krikawa Gallery, Pasadena Museum of History as well as many retail shops around the country.

Examples of things that inspire Sasha are portrayed below.

Sasha’s Inspirations