“My work is the result of my desire to give meaning to and create a sense of importance to obscure and sometimes ephemeral emotions and observations.
I want to freeze and capture fleeting moments of discovery in order to encourage reflection. The intrinsic personal dimension of jewelry invites this contemplation. These concepts along with carefully chosen and manipulated visual elements transform ethereal experiences into tangible forms.” – Angela Bubash
Angela attained her BFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and her MFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She has received various grants including the Women’s Jewelry Association scholarship, Ruth Chenven Foundation grant, and the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation grant. Her work has been exhibited nationwide including venues at Sculpture to Wear, CA, Mobilia gallery, MA, Southern Highland Craft Guild, NC, and SOFA Chicago, IL. Angela was a Resident Artist at Penland School of Crafts from 2004-2007.