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Laurie Gravelyn

Laurie has a history of success in retail. She purchased and ran a gift store for nearly two decades. Under her direction, the store multiplied its revenues by 15. At the same time Laurie has been an active leader in her local business, arts and church communities.

"I have always loved working with women in any capacity," Laurie says, "whether volunteering or in a paid position. Today, I'm excited to be supporting and encouraging women through the sale of jewelry. I've had a passion for jewelry since I was a child. I used to go outside when my brothers played ball and pick up rocks, take them indoors and wash them until they would sparkle. I feel very fortunate that the same passion I had as a child is being nourished through our creation of Hoola Jewelry."

For Laurie, collaboration with her daughter Lauren is the secret to Hoola's success. She explains: "Lauren has been blessed with artistic skills since she was little, and once we founded Hoola together we have been able to share our joy in creativity. I absolutely love doing this together with her."

Lauren Gravelyn

Lauren has been under the spell of art all her life. She recalls: "My childhood was filled with crayons, paints, charcoal, pencils, artist's kits and coloring books. My summers were filled with dance and art camps, art fairs, and art museums. Over time, I was able to develop my sense of creativity and passion for art by designing and making over three hundred Hoola pieces."

Today, Lauren is a student of jewelry design at the Kendal College School of Art and Design. In recent years her drawings have been selected to be shown at the Chelsea Center for the Arts. In 2010 a collage she created was chosen to be exhibited in the Ann Arbor Art Center.

But Hoola Jewelry is her first love when it comes to design. Lauren says: "The most momentous event in the past four years was when my mother and I were invited to participate in the National Museum of Women in the Arts holiday art show, displaying our Hoola Jewelry designs."sense of creativity and passion for art by designing and making over three hundred Hoola pieces."

Today, Lauren is a student of jewelry design at the Kendal College School of Art and Design. In recent years her drawings have been selected to be shown at the Chelsea Center for the Arts. In 2010 a collage she created was chosen to be exhibited in the Ann Arbor Art Center.

But Hoola Jewelry is her first love when it comes to design. Lauren says: "The most momentous event in the past four years was when my mother and I were invited to participate in the National Museum of Women in the Arts holiday art show, displaying our Hoola Jewelry designs."

The Hoola Family Welcomes You!

Laurie and Lauren are passionate about supporting the hopes and dreams of women everywhere. If you'd like to get involved with Hoola Jewelry, either as a Hostess or Design Representative, simply complete the form on this page, and we'll be in touch.