Myung Urso

Rochester, NY

It is always intriguing to see how my personal imagination and inspiration embody to become an actual object. The working process is more open towards momentary happenings rather than manipulated by preset intention, which brings unexpected value. I rather explore, experience, and cultivate the moment. I often observe how different elements play out in their own way, helping to define the destiny of each work. Pursuing the textures of abundant materials is my primal interest in jewelry. Adopting different fibers with other solid material reveals unique surfaces, characteristics, shapes, colors and textures which creates emotion, balance and tension. This is the most fascinating part of my work.
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