In parallel, negative space is an art concept that I love because when we look at art our mind tells us to see a complete form, but when we start to deconstruct elements like lines, shapes, colors, and especially negative space, or the space between elements, we start to see something completely new. These are concepts I play with in my jewelry by creating two dimensional images with wire and sheet that feature shapes, lines, and literal space between elements.
About the Artist
Creativity, for me, often emerges from a liminal space — somewhere between one point and another — the moment when you’re on the threshold of something else. Sometimes it’s on a long flight across the country, sometimes it’s in the surreal moments before falling asleep, sometimes it’s during a meandering meditation. I’ve always been drawn to transitions and the space between: the shedding of what no longer serves, the chaos within change, and the excitement of something new taking shape.