Currently, I’m privately coaching artists and makers in best business practices, but to reach a broader audience and help more people, I’ve begun teaching group workshop series in and around Detroit. To learn more, click here.
What art offers is space – a certain breathing room for the spirit. ~John Updike
Andrea Rosenfeld, uses her training and vivid imagination to expand one’s idea of art; thought-provoking, enlightening and participatory. Her sculptural jewelry designs are manifested from a variety of eco-friendly, precious materials: each evoking emotions derived from texture, composition, and palette, their relation to other materials or the light itself. Andrea’s jewelry art has garnered press, including the premier fashion trade publication, Women’s Wear Daily, The Gem Trade Association, National Jeweler, the Retail Jeweler, the Chicago Sun Times, and more.
A mixed media artist, Rosenfeld’s been exhibiting in metals and gemstones as a bench jeweler until 2013, when she moved from New York back to Michigan to focus on arts advocacy and uplifting the local arts community. Putting down her torch, she’s come back to paint and fiber, or whatever materials call. Her paintings encompass her enjoyment of textures and negative space: the way they play together within the environment. Most of her pieces allude to movement, whether it’s interplay between shapes and colors or mere perception of perspectives.
Andrea Rosenfeld studied fine art at the University of Michigan School of Art and Design and has an associate’s degree in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. In her professional life, she has also served as the Director of Merchandising and Operations for Isaac Mizrahi, Ltd., New York and Assistant Merchandiser for Perry Ellis Portfolio Menswear, New York.
Rosenfeld has sold through Bloomingdales and Henri Bendel stores, galleries and boutiques while also exhibiting in the Metro Detroit area, as well as in other parts of the country including New York, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania.