Chamblee, GA | Exhibiting Since 2006
Regina’s pieces are improvisations on themes of free flowing as well as classical forms. The contrast between sterling silver, often oxidized, and 22k gold inspires the play with textures and pattern. Fine wires act similar to lines in drawings, and the use of gold balls can be bold or very delicate, depending on the scale. The work displays luminous cabochon cut stones, aquamarines with their silky light, and tourmalines in a range of colors. The goal for each piece is to keep an almost simplicity, with the overall collection reflecting complex references between materials, colors, and textures.