Donna D'Aquino, ‘Large Red Circle, Necklace’, 2012, The Gallery at Reinstein|Ross
Donna D'Aquino, ‘Large Red Circle, Necklace’, 2012, The Gallery at Reinstein|Ross
Donna D'Aquino, ‘Large Red Circle, Necklace’, 2012, The Gallery at Reinstein|Ross

This Large Red Structure Circle Necklace is part of the Artist's ongoing exploration of the drawn line. She uses wire in place of charcoal or pencil to create three-dimensional drawings for the body and wall. The work is inspired by interior and exterior architectural structures. In the past, this body of work was completely devoid of color, predominantly made of sterling silver, in recent years, she has started to add color by powder coating the sterling silver structures.

The red circle structure is sterling silver with red powder coat hanging from a perfectly round sterling silver cable torque with a tube clasp.

Matching earrings available and sold separately.

Please contact gallery for additional work by this artist.

Kaleidoscope, The Gallery at Reinstein|Ross, December 1, 2016 - January 22, 2017

About Donna D'Aquino

American, b. 1965, Newburgh, NY, United States, based in Bethel, Maine, United States