Demi Thomloudis

Pink Interior Earrings 

Materials: Stainless steel, sterling silver, nickel silver, silver solder, pigment

Dimensions: 2.25  x 0.5 x 0.25 inches (each earring)

Our bodies perpetually occupy the built environment. My work attempts to reverse these roles and interactions by allowing the visual language found within these constructed spaces and opportunity to intimately coexist and inhabit the body.

About the Artist:

Demitra’s work is exhibited and published nationally and internationally. Exhibitions include New Traditional Jewellery 2014 ‘CONFRONTATIONS’ SIERRAD Art Fair and The Museum for Modern Art in Arnhem, NL ; 2013 Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennale; Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition, Netherlands; Suspend(ed) in Pink, an international exhibition which traveled to Germany, United Kingdom, Austria, Paris, and the USA; CHAIN project at A CASA, Museum of Brazilian Object in São Paulo, Brazil and La Fontera which debuted at Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City and traveled within U.S. courtesy Velvet Da Vinci Gallery.  Publications include 500 Plastic and Resin Jewelry and 500 Enameled Objects published by Lark Books, The Art of Jewelry: Plastic & Resin: Techniques, Projects and Inspiration and most recently in 2014 Behind the Brooch: A Closer Look at Backs, Catches, and Pin Stems, By Lorena Argulo and published by Schiffer. Demi is currently Visiting Assistant Professor in Metals and Jewelry at the University of Texas at El Paso.

"Our bodies perpetually occupy the built environment.  My work attempts to reverse these roles and interactions by allowing the visual language found within these constructed spaces and opportunity to intimately coexist and inhabit the body.

I examine and challenge formal architectural organization and its materials in an attempt to redefine and elevate its essence through an investigative process. In-between moments of submission and disobedience materials reveal beauty and ornament authentically.As artifact my jewelry captures a moment between material, time and place that purposefully interacts with human form."

To view more work by Demi, visit her SNAG Maker Page.