Good Muse Designs

Eclectic adornments to inspire!
Art to serve as a tangible reminder, a talisman, a good luck charm to inspire a life of joy, happiness and passion.


Marnie Ehlers is a Tucson based jewelry artist. She teaches jewelry making at her studio, Good Muse Designs as well as off site locations. 

"I am a girl at heart that has always possessed a strong desire to create. My hope is that my designs will become a good muse in your life!

My artwork reflects a collage of experiences starting with my love of art as a child to the unending art, crafts, and jewelry classes I have enjoyed over the years.  I am eclectic in my design process. In my jewelry I use a variety of metals including 14k gold, silver, copper and bronze. I also dabble with art jounaling and like to doodle notecards.

My Tucson studio is my sanctuary. A place of thought and dreamy abstraction. In addition to creating, I love teaching group and private classes in Precious Metal Clay."

Marnie was a finalist in the Bead Dreams 2016 international competition in the metal clay catagory. She presented her syringe techinques at the 2008 International Precious Metal Clay Guild conference at Purdue University.  Her work is featured in Contemporary Metal Clay Rings, the 2011 PMC guild Annual and the 2010 and 2112 Art and Designs of Metal Clay Jewelry calendars and local Tucson publications. She is a certified artist with both Rio Grande and PMC connection in Precious Metal Clay and Art clay certified with Art Clay World, Inc.

Marnie is a graduate of the California Institute of Jewelry Training in Carmichael, California. She has worked with jewelers in Spokane, Washington; the Azores islands, Portugal; and Sacramento, California.  She worked as a bench jeweler before moving to Tucson, AZ and opening Good Muse Designs jewelry studio. Her passion is helping others discover their own creative voice by teaching jewelry making and metal clay classes.

"I believe learning should be relaxing, fun and easy and that students learn in a variety of ways. My job as a teacher is to help you create your vision in metal!"  
                                                                        ~Marnie Ehlers     
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