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Galaxy Family Moon Cruiser – Year Model 2095

Leslie Jill Howell

Galaxy Family Moon Cruiser – Year Model 2095  by Haywood Community College Graduate Leslie Jill Howell. On display at the Folk Art Center, NC.

This piece will remain on exhibit in the Main Gallery of the Folk Art Center until the close of the show on September 7, 2022. Shipping cost will be determined at that time.

Pendant light, hammered on a sinking stump and synclastic form.

  • 22″ x 18″
  • Aluminum with glass globe
  • Hand cold-formed/Hand filed
  • Textured with hammers, bran brushes, sandpaper
  • Comes with LED light
  • Made in NC

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Description

Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts Program Graduate Exhibition 2022. On display at the Folk Art Center May 21 – September 7.

“My jewelry and assemblage fabrications are inspired by three decades of nursing and caring for ordinary people like me. Despite unique DNA, our frailty is universal – we are fragile souls that hurt, laugh, hope, fear, and feel relieved when good news comes and heartbroken when it doesn’t. Our human stories are powerful. I believe when we share them we find common ground, and hopefully, compassion and grace.

I have been a creative soul all my life and it feels natural to convey my stories through this artistic process. Working with my hands puts me in a zone to sort out my past and find relevancy and meaning for the journey forward. I find purpose in the narratives and hope to encourage dialogue and self-discovery.

My work is comprised of one-of-a-kind pieces and small-scale production lines. I am intrigued by reconfiguring familiar and found items and marrying them precious and semi-precious metals, gemstones, and natural elements. Just like people, these varied components come together and transform into something beautiful to be shared.” – Leslie Jill Howell

 

 

Description

Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts Program Graduate Exhibition 2022. On display at the Folk Art Center May 21 – September 7.

“My jewelry and assemblage fabrications are inspired by three decades of nursing and caring for ordinary people like me. Despite unique DNA, our frailty is universal – we are fragile souls that hurt, laugh, hope, fear, and feel relieved when good news comes and heartbroken when it doesn’t. Our human stories are powerful. I believe when we share them we find common ground, and hopefully, compassion and grace.

I have been a creative soul all my life and it feels natural to convey my stories through this artistic process. Working with my hands puts me in a zone to sort out my past and find relevancy and meaning for the journey forward. I find purpose in the narratives and hope to encourage dialogue and self-discovery.

My work is comprised of one-of-a-kind pieces and small-scale production lines. I am intrigued by reconfiguring familiar and found items and marrying them precious and semi-precious metals, gemstones, and natural elements. Just like people, these varied components come together and transform into something beautiful to be shared.” – Leslie Jill Howell

 

 

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