Each of my compositions is a mantra inspired by flowers and rivets. In my studio, I find rhythm in sawing, drilling and assembling— meditative tasks repeated over and over. The absence of certain elements, like color, allows the form and the movement of the work to be emphasized, I am informed by the subtle beauty in nature. I try to mimic and stylize the patterns and repetition in plant and flowers. My most recent body of work combines precious metal with simple line and shape, to create petite metal bouquets and floral landscapes that have a strong, yet delicate and feminine presence.
Liz Clark received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Crafts/Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2006. Currently, she resides in Providence, RI and maintains a metal studio where she creates art and jewelry full time. Liz exhibits her work through various galleries across the country.