Final Studies: Michelle Pokorny

Undergraduate Student, Kent State University

Glass

Title of Exhibition: Syncretic Thoughts

I find nature and humans connect with growth and communication, by combining wearables and plants so I can create relationships between the two. When adding plants to wearables the connection can be redefined into an idea where you connect to the significance of the pieces.

For more of Michelle’s work:

Instagram: @mpokorny_glass

Facebook: @mcpokorny

Final Studies are in partnership with The University of Akron and are made possible with support from Fifth Third Bank and the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation.

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