Jeannie Vianney has always been attracted to arts, crafts, and creating things by hand. The first piece of jewelry she created was a flower necklace made from copper wire during a middle school art class. After graduating from the University of Texas with a Computer Science degree, Jeannie began to seek an artistic outlet. She returned to her earlier love of hand crafting jewelry.
In 2005 she launched her first line under the name By Jeannie. Having since renamed her company after herself, Jeannie Vianney continues to develop her skills and evolve her collections. All pieces are hand made by Jeannie herself, and contain elements of whimsy, elegance, and contradiction.
Jeannie Vianney's pieces will be featured in the Driskill marketplace on Thursday, August 16. You can learn more about Jeannie and view her work by visiting her website .
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