Thursday, July 30, 2009

"Living in Japan, a culture much older than our own, developed within me a love for theaged and worn surface. The Japanese aesthetichas been a major influence on my work.
This work embodies the concept of seeing beautyin life’s detritus. Materials consisting of used bitsand pieces of everyday life, including wood,leather, fiber and metal are often used in the condition in which they are found.
My style of working is intuitive. Each piece takes its inspiration from the material with which I have chosen to work." - Diane Cooper

To see more of her work go to her website.

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