While Mace enjoyed working out of his home, he felt stifled by the various shops. Yet he didn't want to go into business for himself, spending time he could be creating jewelry, traveling around, and selling his jewelry. In the early nineties, he met a shop owner in Albuquerque that was willing to let him develop his own designs and then market them for him. Mace responded by creating his "silver feather jewelry." This is made up of hand filed rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces shaped like delicate feathers. He still enjoys making traditional Navajo style jewelry with turquoise and other semi-precious stones.
The artist now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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