Susie Ganch


I use pre-enamelled sheet steel: form it, solder it, and create simple forms that reveal the life cycle of the resulting piece. They are intentionally raw, their surfaces containing hundreds, thousands of little cracks. Solder and flux are left on the surface, and because the steel is distressed (by forming), it will continue to shed bits of enamel. They will age and evolve, gaining rust, losing enamel while the diamonds and sterling silver will remain the same.