Brooch Morning Glory - Silk, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer 6x3x3 inch



Brooch Her Story - Ramie, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer 3.2x3.6x1.4 inch



Brooch Farewell- Cotton, Oriental ink, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer 3.75x3.25x1.25 inch



Necklace Transformation - Cotton, Loofah, Freshwater Pearl, Thread, Silk, Sterling silver, Lacquer 9 x 8 x 3.5 cm

My artistic imagination transforms itself from life and nature. Painterly and sculptural jewelry forms convey personal stories and memories from life. The forms rendered through collaboration between metal and fiber reflects my interest for abstracting from nature. I challenge myself to emphasize the special characteristics and beauty of materials while expanding the boundaries in creating an original identity for my jewelry art forms.

Myung Urso

Wear It! Feel It! 14 x 5.0 x 3.0 cm 2007 Wool, Cactus, Copper



Segmented Life brooch



Growth Series
Fine silver, Wool, Wood, Horse hair 42 x 14.5 x 6.5 cm 2009



Growth Series



Mushroom Series



Wood, Copper, Plastic, Sterling silver, Sand, Natural pigment 10 x 12.5 x 4.5 cm



Wood, Plastic, Copper, Sterling silver, Natural pigment 13 x 11.5 x 6 cm



Seashell from Miyazaki, Copper, Sterling Silver, Plastic, Natural Pigment, Stainless steel
8.5 x 12.5 x 6.5 cm



Natural forms, processes and movement inspire me to make jewelry.  When a natural form emerges from its environment, it follows no exact model as it becomes visible.  Forms from nature have mysterious origins which are incomprehensible to the human mind.  

We try to understand how and under which circumstances they acquire a life yet the creation of these forms remain invisible to the human eye.  My jewelry investigates the mystery of creation, capturing the moment in which the void and fragment become substance.

Eun Yeong Jeong



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5.Folding necklace



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Seung-Hea Lee received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1998. She was awarded the RISD Award of Excellence upon graduation. Before having her first solo exhibition at Sienna Gallery in 2002 her work was featured in group exhibitions around the world including Marzee Gallery,

The Netherlands; the Museum of Art and Design, New York; and The Hand and Mind Gallery, Seoul, Korea. She currently lives in Providence where she is a faculty at Rhode Island School of Design. Seung-Hea Lee's work has been featured in American Craft, Metalsmith Exhibition in Print and Jewelers Quarterly and included in Lark Books jewelry series.







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