Sterling Silver Etching
1.25" x 6" (adjustable)
Shipping cost: $5.00
Hailing from New Orleans, I am inspired by the built environment around me and the various states of its decay, as well as the fleeting ephemera we often fail to appreciate each day.
My jewelry work comprising of metal etchings of historic New Orleans maps - some dating from as early as the 1700s culled from archives - make permanent an ephemeral aspect of our city’s history.
From raw sheets of metal they transform into jewelry through an intensive, handcrafted process involving heat image transfers, various etchants, patinas and polishes, as well as hammer forming, ultimately becoming small, wearable archives in suspension.
This adornment immortalizes the transitory landscapes of New Orleans’ history: from trade routes and forgotten swamps to abandoned asylums whose architectural residue still decorates the landscape today.
Ultimately, my work blurs the lines between the past and the present weaving the poetics of space with the fabric of time.
The complete collection can be viewed at www.bcouvillion.com.LOWER GARDEN DISTRICT
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