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by Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 2 March 2011
Inspired by the storied history and the haunting aesthetic of her home city of New Orleans, Brandi Couvillion creates gorgeous assemblages and jewelry from found and discarded objects and artifacts.
Mallory Thursday 3 March 2011
Brandi is an amazing artist! I’m honored to be working with her and have some of her pieces in my own shop. Hoping to do a writeup on her studio for my blog soon – it is incredible what she’s done with her workspace!
Ryn Tuesday 29 March 2011
Brandi is a truly incredible artist. I admire her process of excavating items from the underground of New Orleans and turning them into brilliant compositions to adorn your body or wall. The world she creates is something I yearn to enter into, and it is captivating to experience just that inside her studio. To own and wear one of her pieces is not only to look magnificent, but to carry a bit of magic with you.
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