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Sara Chyan Jewellery creates work with a conceptual and minimalistic approach. Using her everyday experience as a starting point, Sara’s work responds directly to the human bodies, the surrounding environment, and finding balance between the two. Delving into the fact that the human body doesn’t contain straight lines, she combines organic lines of the body with structured lines in her jewellery.
In photo series ‘Chaotic Forms’, artist-photographer Brett Henrikson draws viewers to organic forms of human body through broken windows, creating a surreal world which he describes as “a dialogue with dark dreams from a long forgotten past”. Combining darkroom photographic processes based on craft and alchemy with collage techniques, Brett deconstructed the glass plates, bringing symmetric shapes into subjects with unrestrained movements.
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About Sara Chyan Jewellery
Sara Chyan Jewellery creates works in minimalistic approach with conceptual support. Sara tries to draw on a wide scale of subjects in a multi-layered way, likes to involve the viewer in a way that is sometimes physical and believes in the idea of function following form in a work. Her works respond directly to the human bodies, surrounding environment and uses everyday experience from the artist as a starting point.
About Brett Henrikson
Brett Henrikson is an Artist-Photographer. Artist being the most important part. Photographic processes are his hammer and chisel, as he approaches the world and uses visual language to understand and reinterpret being. He is based strongly in the craft and alchemy of the process and believes that the hands on aspects of working in the darkroom and using film or large format gives the artist a real sense of creation over their work. Henrikson has shown his work in galleries nationally as well as given numerous wet plate collodion demonstrations at institutions like RISD, AS220, the New England Archivist Symposium and the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio, he currently is a CE Darkroom Photography instructor at the Rhode Island School of Design.