Tyler Stoll

Green Beanis Brooch

Medium/Materials: Brass, cement, stainless steel, powder coat, pigment

Dimensions: 1.5 x 2 x 1.5 inches

Year: 2016

Photographer: Liz Borsetti

Artist Statement: 

I seek to honor the underappreciated utility of our guts by reintroducing them as objects of beauty. This body of work developed out of an attempt to release frustration with and eventually express gratitude for parts of my body with which I regularly feel at odds. Arranging and reimagining these shapes out of context makes them feel simultaneously comforting and disconcerting, familiar and alien. It is my hope that, once worn, these pieces will take on a humorous life of their own.

Artist Biography:

Tyler Stoll is an artist and craftsperson living in Richmond, VA. He recently completed the Core Fellowship, a two-year emerging artist fellowship at Penland School of Crafts. Tyler graduated from Oberlin College in 2011 with degrees in music and environmental studies.

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