Handmade Jewelry Set by Tanya Aguiñiga
Handmade Jewelry Set with Bag, 2018
Cotton rope, colored dye
Necklace: 13″ neck-drop
Bracelet: 4.5″ x 4.5″ x 2.5″
Part of Tanya Aguiñiga’s art practice are “wearables,” – a fashion-forward collection of handmade accessories and apparel. This featured jewelry set is made of natural cotton rope partially dipped in colored dye. The necklace comes with a light gray tint, matching the rope bracelet that features accents of chartreuse. This one-of-a-kind set is inspired by the artist’s collection, “Dipped, Dyed and Leafed.” All wearables are designed and crafted in Aguiñiga’s studio in Los Angeles.
About Tanya Aguiñiga
Tanya Aguiñiga (b. 1978, Tijuana, Mexico) is a Los Angeles-based artist/designer who uses craft to generate dialogue and community. Her first commission at The New Children’s Museum, Texture Forest, was created for the opening exhibition, childsplay, in 2008. Tikitiko is the result of her 2019 artist residency, during which she engaged the public in community workshops for the Mass Creativity program. Aguiñiga’s recent museum exhibitions include the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington D.C. and the Museum of Arts and Design, New York. Aguiñiga received an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design.