Ying Jia

Plastic ‘city line’
Material: acrylic, fabric thread
Ying Jia’s work is influenced by architecture and structure, which she thinks can be seen through the geomtric elements of her work. The reason why she chose this subject is because she used to study landscape design. Combining her past degree in landscape design with my interest in jewellery, she is able to focus on geometry and lines. It is an amazing combination, because people can feel large architecture in small scale jewellery. She said she really enjoy it.
She is influence by geometry as it uses straight line which are simple and clear. She used a combination of lines alongside the geometry shape. It makes the design more complex and interesting. It is no longer a simple shape; it has other elements within the design, therefore adding contrast between the lines and shapes. She did lots of different size pieces, because she want to create ‘city line’ by these geometry pieces.

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acrylic, fabric thread

10*4*3(cm), 2017

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