Rhode Island School of Design-educated jewelry artist and metalsmith Cheryl Eve Acosta creates bold and distinctive pieces of body art. Her pieces treat that human body as the basis for an installation. Cheryl Eve Acosta credits her design education with enabling her the ability to look at the human body differently from most jewelry artists.
Her pieces are playful with space and dimensions in ways that really step outside of the box. Her pieces are sure to grab the attention of everyone in the room.
If you like the pieces that she creates, have a look at her Kickstarter page for how you can contribute and get your hands on a remarkably unique piece for yourself or for someone that you know.
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