Megan Beck is a contemporary jeweler whose current work is a reflection of her interactions with surfaces in surrounding environments. She is interested in how society translates surfaces, patterns and colors into intimate details and how they mirror identities. Much like the exterior of a wall, we seek nonverbal communication through what we put on our bodies.
This current body of work is in direct response to The Fournet in downtown Crookston Minnesota.
This activity is made possible in part by a grant provided by the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council through funding from The McKnight Foundation
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Wednesday, January 29 at 5:30pm
University of Minnesota Crookston, Prairie Lounge
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