Sanity Halo is Therapy for all things Beautiful

Meet Aimee Taylor, owner and designer at Sanity Halo Jewelry. She named her designs after the therapeutic effect she experiences when making jewelry for friends and family. Working with her hands and making beautiful pieces for people she loves, created a happy sensation or aura around her. A conception that came to be name Sanity Halo Jewelry. Aimee lives in Vancouver BC with her extroverted husband and beautiful son. She says “Living next to the Fraser River, we are fortunate to enjoy all that living close to nature brings; admiring the changes in season, riding our bikes and walking along the trails.” Aimee has worked for many years as a horticultural therapist and educator and understand how important it is for your mental health to work with your hands, learn by experience, create art and be exposed to nature. She enjoys making these pieces and each pair of earrings, necklace or ring is unique. Her favourite designs create a metal effect using polymer clay. She enjoys the freedom of hand building and the lightweight versatility of this material. It’s perfect for every day, as you really don’t notice that you’re wearing it, that is how comfortable this jewelry is. She hopes you enjoy her unique statement pieces, that are flexible in their aesthetic, function and occasion.

What do you like best about being a Farmers Market Vendor?
I am super excited about joining the River District Farmers Market; August 12th was my first market and was happy to be back this Saturday.

What attracted you to the River District Farmers Market?
I live almost next door to this market, and I love the variety and friendly atmosphere.

What’s your passion other than Sanity Halo Jewelry?
Other than making jewelry, my passion is growing food and being a soil conservationist. I teach soil science to sustainable agriculture students.

What’s your favourite part of the job?
Creating and making new designs, experimenting with colours.

What’s you least favourite part of the job?
Computer tasks, website adjustments.

How do you unwind after a long day at the Farmers Market?
I’m pretty sure this will involve some Rose wine, my patio and some good conversations with friends.