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Consuming Beauty

As artists, we are deeply passionate about the concept of consuming beauty. Our society is often too focused on superficial appearances and material possessions, which can cause us to lose sight of what truly matters. The Consuming Beauty series aims…

Ponamu Suspended

I was gifted this triangular piece of Pounamu from New Zealand when my daughter visited South Island during her honeymoon this year. This traditional green stone or New Zealand jade was purchased from the native Maori and I was honored…

Whosis

In my paintings I set out to create visual diagrams of what equates to journal entries; ideas, meditation, rumination and rants… I use vitreous enamel on copper primarily in my jewelry making and have carried that medium over to my…

Golden Mirror Brooch

The female experience is a reoccurring theme in my work. I am informed by everyday interactions and observations of gender-based expectations or generalizations. Within advertisements, popular culture, and the media; similar colors, patterns, shapes, skills, and pastimes intended for women…

Tres Petals Brooch

As an artist, I embrace floral imagery, capturing life’s essence and cycles in my jewelry. Each bloom becomes a unique masterpiece, reminding wearers of their role beyond mere observers. Colors are my expressive language, conveying emotions, weather, and moods, enriching…

Large White Perforated Lotus

I began making these Lotus pin/pendants from plain plastic buttons, purchased at a fabric store. The plastic was easy to carve with burs and finished well. Each button had two small holes at the center for sewing to a garment…

Down Below

I use traditional metalsmithing techniques and materials, found objects, and make my own shibuichi. Using these give structure to the process yet allow me to work organically; I make to make, enjoying the techniques, the flow of the work and…

RE:structure – hand of rings

These rings are part of my RE:structure collection of pieces inspired by a trip to the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland in the Summer of 2022. I was awestruck by the scale and natural geometry of one of the wonders of…

Where the Heart Is

Our notions regarding Home tend toward the nostalgic. ‘Be it ever so humble…’ ‘Home Sweet Home.’ I selected ‘Where the Heart Is.’ The piece of aluminum that I received for this exhibition arrived with a burned torch cut hole in…

Hypersonic

Hypersonic is a work created from copper, powdercoat, and acrylic rod that references current global topics.

Sea Life

My areas of exploration are seen through the lens of being an identical twin. Like the patterning in fingerprints and iris’s (expressions of difference in each twin) I am drawn to the unique patterns and forms in nature (particularly sea…

The Cyclades Revisited

Some of the first pieces we studied in Art History (1971) were the Cycladic sculptures from islands in the Aegean Sea, created between 3300 to 1100 BCE. I’ve always been intrigued by those faces with nothing more than a nose-like…

Gleaming in the Night

In the forest, at night, all the foliage is indistinct.  Layers are there, but difficult to distinguish.  At the same time, some elements gleam in the dark.

VK Spiral Stripe Orange & Blue Necklace

Viking knit is a form of metalworking I keep coming back to. Tactile, yet strong & flexible, I love the sleek look of classic shapes and strive to integrate hints of colour & unexpected textures. This torque style necklace is…

Roundmaille Transitions Necklace

I use simple hand tools to craft each piece of jewelry, one link at a time. The Roundmaille Transitions Necklace is woven from gold-filled and blackened titanium jump rings. One color dark, one bright. One metal heavy, one light. Both…

Starry Night

Throughout my career my natural curiosity led me to explore several media. I became interested in incorporating technology in my work and have been experimenting with LEDs, electronics and 3D printing for a few years now. I translated this knowledge…

The Upside Down Lantern

Here is my first attempt at “The Upside Down” lantern. Inspired by the houses in “Stranger Things” and complete with the gate between the two worlds in the floor. You can wear /or hang/ the lantern both ways – the…

Fractured

This pendant is part of my series “Fractured”.

Mineral Vein – Explosion ring

“Swing that hammer, light that torch, and make that magic happen.” I use the most basic earth elements and fire to create jewelry that blends nature and human interaction. Each piece is brought to life by my spirit, fire, and…

Connecting Ink

My work engages human nature’s desire to connect. Through making, I explore how objects act as intermediaries between people. This work reflects on the delicate balance and navigation that happens when we intertwine our lives with others. Inspired by relationships…

Bird Without Feathers

“Birds Without Feathers” pendant is created on a cold rolled steel base, with blue and purple hues from heat patina and metallic accents from fused fine silver and placer gold. Copper electroformed butterfly wings and a copper bird skull are…

After the Bath

We see things. Clouds become dragons, fields become rolling seas. Bits and pieces become something. I found this on the ground and knew immediately what it would become..

Flower Power

This body of work represents a nod to tradition in pattern and shape while also reflecting a modern voice by way of material investigation and use. Harking back to hand made quilts and doilies, Angela Caldwell gives honor to the…

Carry On: Staycation

Is a staycation really a vacation?

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