Architectural details and everyday objects are visually broken down, interwoven and translated into wearable pieces. My repetitious habit of sketching structures and patterns has become a graphic body of work with the qualities of a drawing. I use wire and line to create planes, define space, and build structures.
Emily was born and raised in the village of East Calais, Vermont. She graduated in 2013 with a BFA in Metalsmithing + Jewelry from Maine College of Art. After some traveling she moved to Penland School of Crafts for the Core Fellowship. Now a resident of Asheville, North Carolina she spends her time maintaining an inquisitive studio practice and enjoying the mountains.