University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services
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Lost objects intrigue me. Lost objects have been tossed aside by someone who had assumed they were useless, while others were unknowingly dropped on the sidewalk or street. Some were deliberately thrown into the trash because they could not be fixed, or the previous owner would rather replace the item with a new model. The object is “lost” because it is no longer used for its intended function. I look, listen, experiment, and discover, in an attempt to manifest a new presence through jewelry. But the result is more than jewelry. The result is an awakening, a new voice, and longevity.
art and design