web analytics

linda ezerman mixes materials

Felt, wood, silver, copper, polymer clay, silicone and paint. A wonderful mix of materials that offer texture, color and visual interest. Linda Ezerman uses some combination of these different materials in her collection of jewelry resulting in pieces that are: Quirky. Organic. Alive.

 

ezerman1


Neckpiece, driftwood, balsawood, pigment, liquid polymer clay, titanium

 

ezerman2

Neckpiece, driftwood, balsawood, pigment, rubber, titanium

ezerman3

 Bracelet, felt, pods, rubber, ink

 

ezerman_trappedbypearls

Trapped by Pearls, driftwood, felt, pearls

 ezerman

Musselbay, felt, willow twig, polymer clay, silicone, paint

“In my  jewellery I express how I experience the outside world. I am fascinated by the surroundings I find myself in and what these surroundings invokes in me: paradoxical feelings of freedom, security and imminent danger.”

 

Linda Ezerman’s website

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

2 Responses to linda ezerman mixes materials

  1. Fascinating, obscure, and dramatic. Very sculptural.

  2. Triche Osborne says:

    Such a remarkable range of materials merged into beautifully cohesive pieces. She has a truly remarkable imagination.

Leave a reply