The Audrey


Annie Evelyn
The Audrey
Ebonized oak, dupioni silk, costume jewelry
33.5H x 18W x 20D inches
Item #343-01

1 in stock

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Bakersville, NC

WOOD | Sculptural and functional furniture

Penland Affiliation | Penland Instructor 2013, 2015, 2019, Penland Resident Artist 2014-2017

Artist Information | From 2014-2017 Evelyn was resident artist at the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina and in 2016 was awarded the John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship. She received both her BFA and MFA from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Evelyn has taught at RISD, California College of the Arts, Parsons – The New School, Haystack Mountain School, Penland School of Craft, and others. Her work has been featured on the cover of American Craft Magazine and published in Agata Toromanoff’s book, “Impossible Design”. She has been awarded Windgate Furniture residencies at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2011), the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2018), and San Diego State University (2020). Evelyn had a solo show at the Houston Center for Craft and in 2018 was a finalist for the Burke Prize for contemporary craft and her work was included in an exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design (MAD). In 2019, Evelyn co-founded Crafting the Future, a collective of artists working together to provide equitable opportunities in the arts.

Artist Statement | Joy, laughter, and the unexpected are at the heart of Annie Evelyn’s work. Employing a range of materials (handmade paper flowers to Swarovski Crystals) and processes (tessellating metal pieces to create soft upholstered seating or embedding fresh cut flowers to add aroma), Evelyn uses furniture’s inherent interactive qualities and relationships to the human body to create new and surprising experiences.