Manifest, Our State of Being: Protecting

Judy Wukitsch

Photo credit: na

Hoboken, NJ, USA

2.5 x 3.5 inches without cord

The contextual framework for my metal and enamel work is one of personal catharsis to disturbing political events and social frameworks. My jewelry and small sculptures metaphorically exemplify the seemingly opposing dynamics of strength vs fragility, durability vs vulnerability. However, what may be perceived as weakness in reality can be a great asset bringing its own source of strength and power. This series suggests the need to nurture and protect this interdependence of duality, my commitment for a moral and ethical humanity.

Judy Wukitsch is an artist working in fine metals, vitreous enamels, and found objects on a small scale. Her creative practice is driven by global social/political events, often as one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry. She is also an independent curator, arts consultant, juror, and workshop leader. She lives and maintains her studio in Hoboken, NJ.

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