Ken Fury's art jewelry pieces take the form of abstract shapes and organic organisms like creatures, animals, spirits, plants, and trees that have an earthly and otherworldly sense. Each one is a sculpture with its own story that often shows growth, transformation, and rebirth. The environments of his southern Colorado and New Mexico homelands and his Indigenous and Nuevomexicano roots inspire him to create historical, cultural, and innovative works. His artistic approach also displays the connection between nature and humans and the importance of honoring and protecting the planet.


Ken's jewelry is handmade using traditional metalsmithing techniques such as hand-fabrication, carving, and casting. He specializes in one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces and uses natural stones, including Turquoise, which is mined in his home area. Each piece is made with the utmost detail to ensure it is durable, wearable, and original. He is self-taught and also graduated from Studio Jewelers in Manhattan. His works have been exhibited in galleries, museums, and publications. All of his pieces are made in his studio in New York City.