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Farah is an Egyptian jewelry artist, concluding her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jewelry and Metalsmithing at the Rhode Island School of Design. Brought up as a traveler moving every few years with her family, change and challenge has grown to be her second nature. This has greatly driven her attachment to process and… Read More
Farah is an Egyptian jewelry artist, concluding her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jewelry and Metalsmithing at the Rhode Island School of Design. Brought up as a traveler moving every few years with her family, change and challenge has grown to be her second nature. This has greatly driven her attachment to process and experimentation with a constant passion for learning. Painting has made a great impact on the visual and textural qualities of her work after studying under Bunny Harvey for a semester at Wellesley College (2011). She wishes to translate a painterly appeal into her work, in combination with garments and apparel, to express her love for color, movement, and touch. These subjects are becoming more clear in the progression of her Senior Degree Project this year. She is interested in the tactility and ethereal qualities of fabric in interactive forms to emphasize the wearer’s role. In return, the wearer accepts and harnesses the object as a protector of their personal experience. Read Less
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