Tyler Kulenguski has always loved the outdoors and being around wildlife either through hawk watching at Snicker's Gap, hiking, kayaking, or going to the beach. The way the textures and kaleidoscope of colors intermingles throughout nature and its diverse biomes astounds her and makes her want to replicate parts of that into her work. Through the use of her tools she tries to form and texture the silver and gold to obtain that natural organic look that she admires. She then completes each piece with brilliant colors of hand selected stones usually either by bezel, tube, or flush technique. Her work has been inspired by sea life, leaves, flowers, and the spring buds on trees called Catkins.