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Home >Galleries > EiP 2004

Anya Pinchuk - Bloomington, Indiana
Content:
  1. Marianne Anderson
  2. Boris Bally
  3. Jan Baum
  4. Anya Kristin Beeler
  5. Melanie Bilenker
  6. Kristine Bolhuis
  7. Jana Brevick
  8. Kathleen Browne
  9. Douglas Bucci
  10. Bridget Catchpole
  11. Tzu Ju Chen
  12. Jeffrey Clancy
  13. Shingo Furukawa
  14. Catherine Gilbertson
  15. Angela Gleason
  16. Robly A. Glover
  17. Courtney Green
  18. Rebecca Hannon
  19. Mindy Herrin
  20. Sergey Jivetin
  21. Lauren Kalman
  22. Mariko Kusumoto
  23. Edward L. Mccartney
  24. Julie Matheis
  25. Lisa Medlen
  26. Bruce Metcalf
  27. Anya Pinchuk
  28. Natalya Pinchuk
  29. Sharon Portelance
  30. Tina Rath
  31. Helen Shirk
  32. Jennifer Sholtis
  33. Lori Talcott
  34. Sarah Turner
  35. Felieke Van Der Leest
  36. Emily Watson
  37. Lauren Wilcox
  38. Renee Zettle Sterling
  39. Jennifer Zimmerman

 

Brooch, 2003
sterling silver
2 1/2 x 4 x 1 1/2"
Photo: Anya Pinchuk

My work is dominated by structure and abstraction. I try to create the illusion of a solid surface by using positive and negative spaces, light and shadows, and transparency. In my work I use my knowledge of geometry to create three dimensional volumetric forms using planes, tubes, and cones, juxtaposing somewhat organic silhouettes and geometric shapes, structure, and patterns. I use repetition as a principle. In the overall appearance (the patterns that I create) as well as in the constructing process (multiple soldering). The pieces are a combination of simplicity (of a shape, line, and form) and complexity (of a pattern, surface, and process) in each piece. Geometric and organic qualities, squares and circles, symmetry and asymmetry, plainness and intricacy, limits and infinity, solidity and transparency coexist in my work.

Bracelet, 2003
sterling silver
4 x 6 x 2"
Photo: Anya Pinchuk
 
 
 
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