Welcome to Hang 'em High
Dedicated to the preservation of the Texas Longhorn
Boston - Fort Worth
You can almost feel that old zephyr blowing off the tall grass, can't you?
Here at Hang 'em High we like to bring that special feeling to our customers, the warm calm of the Southwest.
Take a look at our Highwayman Line. The Highwayman line includes mens & womens chokers and bracelets. Featuring handwrought silver, buffalo horn and turquoise. Original design in memory and gratitude to Waylon Jennings, and the original 4 Highwaymen.
Your Hang 'em High jewelry becomes seasoned as you wear it, getting a patina that only you can give. Rustic, casual and biker friendly. So go ahead, put it on with your boots and a smile.
Check our schedule of 'shows and events after you peruse the jewelry and photography galleries.
UPDATES IN PROGRESS
Cynthia, the creative force and passion behind
Hang ‘em High jewelry started the business in 1980, but in reality had been making pieces of jewelry since she was a young child. Her mother was a clothing designer who sold her creations in New York and Boston so Cynthia literally learned at the knees of the master. She loved pulling together elements and colorful bits of assorted materials to form a piece of art. Since that time she has created a cohesive body of work that reflects her love for the “Spirit of the Southwest” and her own American Indian heritage.
Studio One in Boston, Studio Too in Fort Worth.
For 6 years Cynthia traveled to every corner of the United States with the International Gem and Jewelry show, learning the ins-and-outs of the gem and jewelry world. She has studied under some of the worlds finest jewelry makers and silversmiths.
Hang ‘em High can be seen in shows and fine galleries across the United States in juried shows.
As well as showing at different venues, Hang ‘em High takes great pride in the fact that they participate in numerous charities - The Imus Ranch, Fisher House Boston, CJ Foundation for SIDS, American Cancer Society fight Against Breast Cancer, Anthony Picarello Foundation, along with other organizations and churches. It is an essential part of Hang ‘em High’s philosophy to give back.
Hang 'em High jewelry has been worn by
Emmy Award Winning TV news anchor
New England's First Lady of Talk, Michele McPhee
The Quebe Sisters
Executive Director of the Coalition of Modern Artists (COMA)
Rock Stars and Country Legends
Ladies of Opera
Hang 'em High has gotten back to it's roots, behind the camera lens, with outstanding shots of the Great American Southwest. Wherever the road leads we love finding intricate details in simple subjects.
My favorite subject is seen above, my Texas Longhorn named 'Gus'.
Gus has been the subject of several gallery installations, one titled "EVOLUTION OF A REDHEAD" depicting his changes from 1 year to his current 10 years. Some just have "IT"!
Hang 'em High
The Real McCoy