|Cheryl Eve Acosta|
from website - "Cheryl Eve Acosta's sculptural jewelry is inspired by the Cycle of Life specifically marine biology. She is known for her unique copper fused fabric and glass processes, transforming mundane materials into one of a kind adornment. Her handmade creations are both stand alone to wearable art forms capturing elements of birth, growth, to the fossilization of corals; a distinctive theme to her storyline.
Cheryl's fine art has been featured in international, national and regional exhibitions including a current exhibit at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Women to Watch/ Metals. She was selected to represent the National Museum of Women in the Art's Greater Kansas City Area Committee in D.C. in the upcoming show Heavy Metal / Women to Watch 2018 and will be ArtsKC's featured visual artist for their awards luncheon. Previous shows include the Georgia Museum, SOFA Chicago, Wayne Art Center, Sarasota Art Center, Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Le Arti Orafe, among others. Her work has been featured in numerous publications including 500 Earrings, Dreaming Jewelry and Art Jewelry Today 3, and published her book Hidden in Nature."
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