By moving through object making practices I have reinterpreted historically innovative Louis Comfort Tiffany art jewellery designs by creating felt embroidered objects and placing them in an installation setting.
Each piece within the installation is a monument and is viewed in a gallery context rather than an article for personal adornment. The embroidered stitch, i.e. (raised cup stitch, satin stitch padded), reinterprets Tiffany's semi-precious and precious stones (opals, sapphires and garnets), presenting the viewer with conflated concepts that deal with the embroidered stitch and Tiffany's jewels.
Sandra Bushby and Objectspace acknowledges the support of Auckland City's Creative Communities Scheme towards its Window Installation Programme.