1 hr 18 min

#50 - Creative series #4 Luci Jockel Generation Us

    • Society & Culture

Luci Jockel is an artist who makes jewelry from remains, such as bones and insect wings, to honor and grieve the loss of our nonhuman counterparts in the hopes of rebuilding interconnectivity between human and animal. Luci has exhibited nationally and internationally, her work is in collections such as the RISD Museum, and she is represented by Gallery Loupe. She is currently the Lecturer and Coordinator of the Jewelry program at Towson University.

Luci Jockel is an artist who makes jewelry from remains, such as bones and insect wings, to honor and grieve the loss of our nonhuman counterparts in the hopes of rebuilding interconnectivity between human and animal. Luci has exhibited nationally and internationally, her work is in collections such as the RISD Museum, and she is represented by Gallery Loupe. She is currently the Lecturer and Coordinator of the Jewelry program at Towson University.

1 hr 18 min

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